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How to define the finishing composition for the smaller faces on a wall?

How can we define the composition for the end of the Wall?
Has you can see on the image posted there is a green Wall and if we apply a composition to it we end up without finishing on the top faces.
How can we solve this?

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Comments

  • I think it works by activating composition display and
    manually PushPulling and Extruding the separate Plies as necessary.

    Similar to having a butted L-connection between two Walls.

  • @Michael Mayer said:
    I think it works by activating composition display and
    manually PushPulling and Extruding the separate Plies as necessary.

    Similar to having a butted L-connection between two Walls.

    Thanks Michael, but in that case I have to provide another composition just to assign to that top solid.
    It's a good tip, but in the future the software should have a more elegante solution.

  • edited June 27

    Ouch, the Top View.
    Haven't read it properly.

    I think Wall Compositions are only meant to be seen in horizontal
    and vertical Sections.
    But theoretically you could do the same Push Pull Edits vertically
    like you would do in Top Plan. I see no need for an extra Ply.
    (Pushing inner Plies down and Extruding an outer Ply's Boundary
    along the Wall's Top)

    For Top View Perspectives better Composition Display OFF,
    and separate Render Materials per Face , if necessary (?)

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