I'm framing out my basement, which I've done once before in an old house. I use the treated wood (green board?) for the bottom plate, raise up the frames, get everything level, and use cut nails to attach into the concrete.
But for framing out doors, where I want to have the door close to the beginning of the wall, I need to somehow put multiple nails through a 5 or 6 inch piece of green board, and I don't have any room with the king studs and jack studs, to do it after I build the frame, but I don't want to toenail, either, makes keeping it plumb difficult.
More importantly, when I tried this once already, I split the green board. Should I just attach the frame real well to the perpendicular wall and not worry about it? Should I liquid nails the bottom plate to the concrete? Both?