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Plug in doors


I noticed on the plug in doors that the jamb and door get put in the same class while the trim gets put a different one. This does not work well for applying materials through the classes. In common architectural practice we will paint the jamb and trim the same color while staining or painting the door another color. Could you either seperate all three of these elements into 3 seperate classes or combine the trim and Jamb into one class instead of the door and jamb.


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