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13 minutes ago, Chrisdutch89 said:

It seems as if the windows I drew in plan aren't showing up on the elevations.  How did that happen?


A-1 - 3.16.20 screwed up.pdf

It seems as if you have whatever windows you may have drawn in plan are possibly on another layer and the elevation view layerset doesn't have that layer enabled. Please post a .plan file


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Yeppers, turn your window layer on in the elevation camera.

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