S W I P E. 🚶🏻♂️This often isn’t supposed to happen but it does sometimes. If crown sticks past an outside corner, I hold a piece in place and trace the edge of the cornerbead on it. I then carry point where the cornerbead intersects the face back along the crown with a pencil line. With the crown flat in the saw (see a prior post for calculating that compound miter) I cut to that line. Then, with the saw back at square settings, I cut from the bottom of the crown up towards that intersection. Finish the cut with a handsaw. Hold that piece in place and measure from the point to the wall. This is where the crown will return back to the wall. Cut the opposite half of the miter and cut off the point at the amount you just measured. @fastcapllc 2P-10 glue is good for these moments.