that looks pretty nice. i assume since you're asking that it won't place on the fence normally. perhaps this is one of those things where trying to place it on the glass on the wall makes it default to the fencepost? i know you can do that with a glass floor to put a torch on a chest.
learning how to build a fence on a slope is something you cannot do on your own. there are a lot of elements that need to be addressed. how to install fence panels on a slope, up next how
go to the control panel and then to accessibility options and then the display tab. next uncheck the box to use high contrast. i've had this problem for a long time and had given up a while
you have two choices when it comes to putting up a fence on sloped ground -- actually, you have three, because it's possible combine the first two options into another one. two of the options are to follow the slope of the ground with the fence line -- which is called raking -- or to keep the fence line horizontal and follow the ground in steps.
i'm in sanctuary and want to build a fence around. the fence auto clicks together, but as the ground slopes down, my fence keeps on going strht out into the air. and i can't manually put down fence pieces because as soon as i get close to the other one, if i'm not picking the magnet location, it's red and i can't put it down. 3. it's always
this will leave gaps between the bottom of the pickets and the ground. depending on the severity of slope, these gaps could be large enough for small pets to escape. if you are using preassembled fence panels to build your fence, you must use the step method. preassembled panels do not offer any give or flexibility on the slope.