2D demonstration of a shed Help


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7 hours ago, Aamir77 said:

Whenever I try to take a cross-section elevation view of the symbol which I copied to a blank new plan, no 3D view appears. Views only appear if I press orthographic full or floor overview buttons whereas pics you uploaded depict that these views should come through cross-section elevation as you encircle in pic #2.  May I be helped a little more?

 

You probably have the Layer with the symbol turned off in your 3D Camera Layerset I think it is on Fixtures, Exterior, but select it in 2D plan View and check it's layer assignment and then make sure that layer is turned on in the 3D camera View too.

( I have colour turned off in 3D View below ready to send to the CAD DETAIL)

 

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The Awning is likely on the Fixtures,Exterior layer by default and you will need to turn that layer on in the layerset that the cross section camera is using and it is not likely on by default.

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16 hours ago, Kbird1 said:

 

You probably have the Layer with the symbol turned off in your 3D Camera Layerset I think it is on Fixtures, Exterior, but select it in 2D plan View and check it's layer assignment and then make sure that layer is turned on in the 3D camera View too.

( I have colour turned off in 3D View below ready to send to the CAD DETAIL)

 

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While in cross-section elevation I just turned on the camera view layer set and the symbol is showing now.

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10 hours ago, Chopsaw said:

The Awning is likely on the Fixtures,Exterior layer by default and you will need to turn that layer on in the layerset that the cross section camera is using and it is not likely on by default.

Done as directed.20190530_153730.thumb.jpg.7b9def2e56da0357beb3c247c986b094.jpg20190530_153834.thumb.jpg.7cedc1423b9319b39a4f18fc6294f463.jpg20190530_153852.thumb.jpg.f3906e6a38f75aea2cdff2ba0ef0d173.jpg20190530_153909.thumb.jpg.5d4637ab7a8bfe9cfcb2e8c12da088a2.jpg

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