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#88614 03/30/22 07:19 PM
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I work in a building, which is divided into 3 parts; one on the left, the middle section and the one on the right.

The front door in in the center of the building, facing north. The building is irregular shape; there are missing section; N, S and some NE.

All 3 part have different roof. My question is how do I calculate flying stars for this building? Do I calculate 1 chart for the whole building or

I plan different chart for the secton on the right and and another 1 for the left part? The section in the miidle where the front door is located is not very big; it is just the front door.

What do you think?

porshe #88619 04/05/22 09:52 PM
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Hi again, Porshe!

When you say all three parts have different roofs, are you saying that they are three separate buildings? If so, each would be gridded separately.

If they are one building, you would grid the entire floorplan with one grid.

Wendy Greer


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