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Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 8:39:50 AM | Joined elements in Reflected Ceiling Plan

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Hi everyone.

I have joined my walls and columns in order to continue my plasters continue on the walls and everything seems fine in floor plan views. But in the RCP view, joined elements cause problem. I added the images. Columns pattern and borders doesn't show. 

I have tried to override columns, partly succeded at having the pattern back again but still columns border doesn' t show up. If you have any solution to this problem, that would be great.. 

Thanks in advance Smile 



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Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 2:05:12 PM | Joined elements in Reflected Ceiling Plan

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Sorry, your question is not clear.


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Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 3:15:47 PM | Joined elements in Reflected Ceiling Plan

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I'm sorry if it was not clear. 

What I mean is I cannot see my columns at this 1st floor's reflected ceiling plan view.

Columns go between 3rd basement floor to 8th floor. I have drawn first floor yet and in order to turn plaster around I drew continuous walls intersecting columns. And then I joined columns and walls. Everything looks fine in 1st floor's plan view (attached image named as "PlanView"). But as you can see in the reflected ceiling plan of 1st floor (attached picture "CeilingPlan"), columns edges and patterns are not visible. So it is hard to discern a difference between a wall and a column. 

Also I realized that because I didn't draw upper floors walls yet, reflected ceiling plans look ok there, columns edges and patterns are visible. I am adding a picture named as " reflectedceilinfloor2". Columns at 2nd floor's reflected ceiling plan looks as it should be. 

Thanks, 

 

 



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Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 3:44:52 PM | Joined elements in Reflected Ceiling Plan

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Look at your VG and your view settings - coarse/medium/fine.


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Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 4:10:51 PM | Joined elements in Reflected Ceiling Plan

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IT WORKED!! It was coarse, and I just changed it to medium, it worked like a charm Smile

@WWHub  Thank you so much!!  

 

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