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Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 5:15:52 PM | One cabinet is dashed and the one on side of it is solid

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1-I have one cabinet that is dashed and the one on side of it that is the same hgt. is a solid in the floor plan.

2-Also the sink in the dashed cabinet will not show. I have adjusted the view range and the visibility without sucess.


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Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 5:54:29 PM | One cabinet is dashed and the one on side of it is solid

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I'm going to guess that the linetype for the dashed lines of the cabinet are not fine enough to show the dash on the sides.  The same problem you would find in 2D CAD and the same solution, adjust the linetype or assign the object category a new finer linetype.

Don't have enough information on your sink to begin to diagnose.  Is it a 3D sink? 2D? did you create it?" Does it use symbolic lines? 


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Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 6:52:38 PM | One cabinet is dashed and the one on side of it is solid

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I need the cabinet to be a solid line not a dashed. The cabinet is a standard one that came with the program, so I believe it should insert just as the one next to it, which is solid. So in respponce to your comment maybe I need to change the line type of the element. If so how is that done.

 

 

In responce to the sink. It is a 3-D sink that I did not create and I'm not sure about what a symbolic line is.


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Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 5:29:34 AM | One cabinet is dashed and the one on side of it is solid

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can you upload your family?

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Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 1:53:22 PM | One cabinet is dashed and the one on side of it is solid

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Here is the cabinet that is showing up on the dashed layer.

Thanks very much



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