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Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 6:43:32 PM | Windows and doors an=bove and below the cut plane

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I have a three level floor plan with a large main level an few small areas that are above and below the main level.  The doors and windows in the small accessorry areas are above and below my cut plane so they do not show in the floor plan.  Other than moving them up and down (which screws up the elvations of course) how do I get them to show on the floor plan.


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Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 7:03:19 PM | Windows and doors an=bove and below the cut plane

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Read about PLAN REGIONS in your HELP.  These can have their cut plane set independent of the view.  You will have to turn the category on under annotations to create them but then you can turn the sketch off.


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Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 7:16:11 PM | Windows and doors an=bove and below the cut plane

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That worked perfect - accept that the windws show and the door openings but not the doors themselves.  I assume this has something to do with the second part of your advice with was "to turn the category on under annotations to create them" which I do not follow and can not find in the menu.  Could you elaborate a bit on the second part of your tip.


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Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 7:33:07 PM | Windows and doors an=bove and below the cut plane

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Most times, you don't want to see the plan region sketch so you turn it on to create it and off for normal viewing.

 

As far as your door showing or not, you may have to play with your cut plane.  You can have as many regions as you need.  I generally only include the wall and door/window and go no furthur into the space then I have to.


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