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Sat, Feb 18, 2006 at 7:59:01 PM | Horizontal section

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Is there a simple way to make an horizontal cut and hide everything up this plane?? A part of the previous question: is there a way to hide part of a stair ??? as always thanks

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Sun, Feb 19, 2006 at 12:01:38 AM | RE: Horizontal section

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A horizontal section would be a plan?? So yes... If this isn't acceptable you can create a detail section at any angle. A stair will always show the extended element above the cut dashed. This is a system property that i don't think can be changed. If its that critical i'd place a filled region over it to block the unwanted section.

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Sun, Feb 19, 2006 at 9:53:02 AM | RE: Horizontal section

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You can also put 'plan region' and define view range for that plan region specialy to see or hide something

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Mon, Feb 20, 2006 at 1:03:11 PM | RE: Horizontal section

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well, of course the question wasn't very clear. what I want to do is to cut in a camera view, with the object to make 3d view of 1st floor, without having to modify all that is over it. (hide elements is not enough, as i want to cut walls at 1,5m, for example). It is an horizontal section, but not to be seen on plans, but in 3d views. it is a bit clearer?? I hope so...

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Mon, Feb 20, 2006 at 5:17:53 PM | RE: Horizontal section

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You have to use the Section Box. In the 3d view, left click, Properties-> and check Section Box. Hope it helps.

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Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 9:36:10 AM | RE: Horizontal section

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that one was the order I was lookin for,eepa! thanks to all anyway.

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