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Thu, Nov 17, 2005 at 3:54:37 AM | Linework on Floors?

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Is it possible to make invisible the pattern line of a floor way down of a building? I understand that I can use the tool linestyles to set far lines get grayer, but can I make some choosen ones invisible? thanx... when ready i will send my results Post edited on 2005-11-16 21:55:37

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Thu, Nov 17, 2005 at 4:52:21 AM | RE: Linework on Floors?

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Use the linework tool - and <invisible lines> to turn off edges you don't wish to see...

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Thu, Nov 17, 2005 at 3:27:35 PM | RE: Linework on Floors?

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Thanx Mr Spot for your answer, but the lines I am talking about are not the edges, they are the patterns that fullfill the floor slabs. I don´t want to see the patterns of the ground floor when I am cutting the 5th floor, but I still want to see the floor edges and other main lines. anyway, thanx for your help

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Fri, Nov 18, 2005 at 6:37:43 PM | RE: Linework on Floors?

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boas poeta pelo que percebi nao keres ver as linhas que sao as paterns das lages certo? Era bom que explicasses melhor o que queres mesmo em portugues . peso que podei ajudar. fica bem Ruben Vieira

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Fri, Nov 18, 2005 at 6:54:34 PM | RE: Linework on Floors?

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Que otimo falar um pouco em portugues!!! Sim, o que busco é fazer as linhas da malha das lajes mais abaixo ficarem ocultas. O que consegui até agora com o comando LINEWORK foi esconder as linhas principais, mas não a malha das lajes. Com o comando LINESTYLES, o tipo de linha BEYOND me dá a possibilidade de adotar um tom cinza claro para as linhas, porem são todas a linhas em vista mais além do plano de visão que assumem a modificação. Preciso mesmo é ocultar apenas as linhas de malha das lajes mais além. Se souber de alguma possibilidade, ficaria mto grato. Roberto

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Fri, Nov 18, 2005 at 8:28:23 PM | RE: Linework on Floors?

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Existe um comando que faz com que o piso inferior todo (paredes, lages,etc) fique invisivel, penso que é ai que queres chegar uma vez que falaste no 5 andar! sendo assim se for esse o caso vais á vista FLOOR PLANS - PISO 5 OU LEVEL 5, botao lado direito do rato-VIEW PROPERTIES NA SECÇÃO - GRAPHICS - UNDERLAY - aki teras que ter level 4 por exemplo porque estas a ver o piso de baixo em linha mais finas. é só mudar para NONE e assim passas a ver apenas o Piso 5 sem o piso inferior ou os pisos inferiores. Espero que tenha ajudado o teu problema Por vezes é bom usar o underlay para vermos os piso de baixo ou de cima daquele que estamos a trabalhar fica bem Abraços Ruben Vieira

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