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Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 2:27:27 PM | Show two cut/ fill patterns in on wall

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My company's office standards are existing walls no shade. New walls solid fill on grey color or screen. We also show the hatching of a wall if its masonry (CMU, Brick). So there are times when I need two things to show up in a wall cut pattern. Ex. New CMU wall should be shaded (poche) and also have the cross hatching. 

 

I've looked all around and experimented with different phasing. If you over ride a phase to show the solid fill poche it takes away the wall construction cut fill (cross hatch) I cannot get both to show up. Ive tried different detail levels as well. Any help would be great!! Thanks in advance!


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Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 2:42:01 PM | Show two cut/ fill patterns in on wall

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Sorry but this is one of those instances where your office standards will need to change.  You can not have two fill patterns applied to the same material and you don't want to do this manually.  We usually show existing with no fill but lighter wall lines using phases and new with wall appropriate material hatches.


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Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 8:16:16 AM | Show two cut/ fill patterns in on wall

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We dealt with this on a renovation of a house.  We created a large filled pattern that traced where the existing house was and was not being touched.  We still wanted the exterior of the skin to be hatched like brick where it remained.  This obviously won't work if you just want the walls grey and the spaces white... but this method worked for us.



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