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    What the Heck is Going on With My Rooms?

    The second floor (under the gable) is fine. But what is carving the void out of my rooms on the first floor?
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    Typically, room issues crop up when there are extra room bounding elements. From that image, my first question would be how that landing is created, since it aligns with the room selection. Next, I would cut additional sections through the space, and look for other room bounding elements (finish walls/floors, etc.) that might not be visible in this view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmk View Post
    From that image, my first question would be how that landing is created, since it aligns with the room selection.
    I was thinking this, but i was like... "It looks like a revit stair. Surely thats not a floor or something..." lol!

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    Looks like a water leak..lol. Check and see if your level has a computation height set to any value that isn't 0. If that still an issue, then create a curtainwall and set the panel as empty. Place the curtainwall at the perimeter of the attic space and it should plug that leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scourdx View Post
    Looks like a water leak..lol.
    LOL yeah!

    Well, I figured out what it was. The ceiling height of my basement had been offset to 11'-0 from the basement level. This popped it up over the first floor level, and it bounded the first level rooms!

    The end!

    Thanks, for everyone's help.

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