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Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 10:23:26 AM | Section line --goes up but not down

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I have a 3 story building: when I draw a section while in the 1st fl, the seciton line shows up on all 3 plans. But when I creat teh section on the 3rd floor it is not showing up in the lower floors.  visib. is set on for all three floors only half my sections lines are showing up (one created in upper floors not displaying in the lower floors-- the sections are set to cut down to those lower floors, and even shows the lower floors in the section view.

what is going on? sections go up (1st to 3rd) but not down (3rd to 1st)? thank you for any help



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Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 10:41:40 AM | Section line --goes up but not down

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How was this third floor plan created?  If it was created as a callout <Detail> from another view, any sections or details created will not show elsewhere.

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Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 1:58:35 PM | Section line --goes up but not down

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the floors are standard floors (didn't use a call out)

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Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 2:20:11 PM | Section line --goes up but not down

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Read this chapter in your HELP and see if any of it applies to you: Section Tag Visibility 

 

 



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Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 5:39:53 PM | Section line --goes up but not down

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it is the scale, but why do half of the section tags show up at 1/8, then all the section tags show up at 1/4"

I would understand if ALL the tags turned off at 1/8"--- I used the same  section for all cuts,

see image above and how half section lines show up??


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Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 6:03:12 PM | Section line --goes up but not down

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thank you for the help-- what happened

the 1st was scale 1/8" the third was set to 1/4 (they are to be the same) when I place in the 3rd the sections the tags set themselves to "hide at courser than 1/4"

I thougth view would be a global setting,

Thanks for your insight I would not have looked in the right place

 


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