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Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 8:55:06 AM | Filled subregion visible on area plan

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ClausPersson


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I have an area plan where i need to show a subregion (road) with a solid fill. I can only see the contours of the subregion and no solid fill although this is correctly displayed on a normal plan. On both plans i also have an arial photo. See attached images.

I've tried to compare visibilty settings in VV and VP - all the same. Checked Graphics Styles. Turned off color schemes. Tried without foto.

Any help/hint is appreciated



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Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 3:55:27 PM | Filled subregion visible on area plan

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easy, solid fill are 2d elements and are view related...

 just copy clip. same place ...

 

Winking 


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Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 7:20:08 AM | Filled subregion visible on area plan

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ClausPersson


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Hi Joao

Thank you for your reply.

I can't copy my subregion there - its a 3D-object and is already there, but ist only the contour that is visible in my areaplan. The solid fill is applied to the material i used for my road and is not a filled region.

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Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 10:41:18 AM | Filled subregion visible on area plan

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First of all, if i m clear, the area plan you are talking about is the Site plan actually and you are not able to see the "Solid fill" in Site plan..please clear me if i m wrong...Then you have to adjust only the View range of Site ("area"Winking plan.. Check out the attachment..

If you are creating a Area plan seperatly, what matters most is that, for which level you are creating it...select Level 1 to create an area plan...



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Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 11:58:31 AM | Filled subregion visible on area plan

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You saved my day. Thank you.

I changede view depth to level below, and resolved the problem. Actually i tried to change the viewdepth before but not enough :-(



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