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Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 4:17:49 PM | View range queations

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JHerget


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I have a wall with some framing above it. I want the cut plane to cut through the wall at the level of the window, but, I still want the framing above the cut plane to display on the plan. I was under the impression that anything within the top and bottom planes of the view range should display, and anything crossing through the cut plane... well gets cut. My question(s)  why aren't my framing members showing up if they are within the view range? If objects above the cut plane won't display, then what is the point of the top plane at all? Is there a way to show the framing and still have the cut plane where it is shown in the attached PDF?



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Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 10:48:17 PM | View range queations

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emgeeo


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It's the middle two you need to set...cut plane and bottom.  Anything within that range will be displayed.

 

The purpose of the Top and Bottom is to display items above and below as hidden- which I assume will only show up when you have applied the hidden-line visibility.

 

Nonetheless- set your cut-plane to at or above the framing...or...creat a plan region.  View->New->Plan Region.  This tool will allow you to set the cut plane of a region of your choice.  Make sense?


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