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Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 6:07:31 PM | Stud Wall-Make finishes disappear

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Is it possible to hide gyp board finishes on a stud wall in plan without going through and using the linework tool to make it an invisible line, or drawing a stud wall then seperate gyp board walls attached?  This seems like it should be an easy fix, but thus far I have found no easy solutions.  Thanks for any help.

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Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 8:41:41 PM | Stud Wall-Make finishes disappear

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Without setting graphics to course?

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Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 10:07:40 PM | Stud Wall-Make finishes disappear

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Yes__Changing the "Detail Level" to the "Course" setting will apply a Course Scale Fill Pattern to your Wall 'Type'.

 

To alter the Course Fill navigate to your Wall's Type parameters__Graphics Smile


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Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 10:36:40 AM | Stud Wall-Make finishes disappear

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setting graphics to coarse simply shows the entire wall width without showing the lines where the outside of the studs would be.  I want to see the outside lines where the studs would lie, without seeing the lines of gyp board.  i have a 3 5/8" stud wall with gyp on either side which makes for a total wall width of 4 7/8".  I want to see the 3 5/8" width without the lines for gyp.  thanks.

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Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 5:24:09 PM | Stud Wall-Make finishes disappear

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YES__

Got it!

  1. Navigate to the "Visibility Graphics" [VG]
  2. Click the "Object Styles" button towards the bottom of the VG window.
  3. In the Object Styles window, drop down the 'Walls' Category/
  4. Change the"Walls_Line Color" to White.
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*please find attached...where the effect has been Applied



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