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It should be Jamb thickness, could be by Wall width,

which would fit into any Wall.


But you may also want a controlled Offset for your Sash, so it my

be better set Jamb manually and use more Styles for different

Walls when necessary.

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Haha @zoomer beet me to it.  Couple of things came to mind.

1.  Considering how the door is sitting in relation to the wall.  Perhaps your wall design (how you lade out the components) may have something to do with.


2.  See pic attached.  @zoomer picked up on it.  Perhaps your "Offset in Wall" needs to be filled in with the difference to push back the door system.

ScreenHunter_101 Oct. 20 08.02.jpg


Note: you can give that offset a negative distance to push it back or a positive distance to push it forward.

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