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Mon, Aug 22, 2005 at 6:30:48 PM | Plan Region - sloped floors

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In my building, I have a garage level whose floor that slopes at a 2-degree angle across a pretty long span. I've placed parking stripes on this floor, with the host being this garage level. Is there a way to create a plan region whose cut plane slopes at 2 degrees? I want all the stripes to show up on the plan, but I don't want to see anything below the garage floor slab. I'm hoping the answer is not to create a series of plan regions across the entire length of the garage floor.... thanks!

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