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Answered - What in the world are these symbols?

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Hi All,

 

So I've been working on a kitchen remodel (mine) and decided to just draw the whole house. 

One day, I opened my plan, and saw a few weird symbols.

You can't click on them to bring up the symbol.

I had been trying a few different things (not sure what rabbit hole I went down) but apparently, I must have done something to create that. 

Anyone know what these are (and how to get rid of them)? 

Thank you.

 

Lauren

Chief Architect X11

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Trying to show that this question has been answered. Not sure how to do that.

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5 minutes ago, MilitaryTVgirl said:

Hi All,

 

So I've been working on a kitchen remodel (mine) and decided to just draw the whole house. 

One day, I opened my plan, and saw a few weird symbols.

You can't click on them to bring up the symbol.

I had been trying a few different things (not sure what rabbit hole I went down) but apparently, I must have done something to create that. 

Anyone know what these are (and how to get rid of them)? 

Thank you.

 

Lauren

Chief Architect X11

What are these - comments.jpg

 

They look like terrain elevations info
Terrain Elevation Data. Turn the layer off or delete it

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1 minute ago, builtright3 said:

 

They look like terrain elevations info

Any idea how to make them go away?  I don't want them seen on my plan.

 

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Just now, MilitaryTVgirl said:

Any idea how to make them go away?  I don't want them seen on my plan.

 

 

Turn on all the Terrain layers and see what comes up and you can just delete it

 

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Just now, builtright3 said:

 

Turn on all the Terrain layers and see what comes up and you can just delete it

 

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Just now, builtright3 said:

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I actually had to go into Terrain Specification and check "Hide terrain Intersected by Building."

I'm thankful you gave me a place to start searching for it! You rock!

Thank you again!

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26 minutes ago, MilitaryTVgirl said:

How do I mark that this question has been answered? (or do I?)

 

You can edit the thread title to indicate you question has been answered.

 

Funny that  "Hide terrain Intersected by Building"  fixed it though as what you indicated as seeing are actually " Terrain Contours " and corresponding elevation levels.

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2 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

 

You can edit the thread title to indicate you question has been answered.

 

Funny that  "Hide terrain Intersected by Building"  fixed it though as what you indicated as seeing are actually " Terrain Contours " and corresponding elevation levels.

 

Thank you... how do I "edit" the thread?

I've looked in a few places and it only allows me to "delete" my original question.

 

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4 minutes ago, MilitaryTVgirl said:

Thank you... how do I "edit" the thread?

I've looked in a few places and it only allows me to "delete" my original question.

 

Go to your original posting and click the "Edit" button and it should allow you to edit the title or you posting if  you were the person that started the thread.

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2 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

 

Go to your original posting and click the "Edit" button and it should allow you to edit the title or you posting if  you were the person that started the thread.

 

I went to my post and clicked "edit.". Still saw nothing to "click" on that shows this thread has been answered. So I just put "Answered" next to the original topic subject line. 

 

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1 minute ago, MilitaryTVgirl said:

I went to my post and clicked "edit.". Still saw nothing to "click" on that shows this thread has been answered. So I just put "Answered" next to the original topic subject line. 

 

Yes that is how it works.  Just a manual edit that says Answered or Solved. Nothing to click on at this point.

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Just now, Chopsaw said:

 

Yes that is how it works.  Just a manual edit that says Answered or Solved. Nothing to click on at this point.

 

You Rock! Thank you! :D

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21 hours ago, Chopsaw said:

 

You can edit the thread title to indicate you question has been answered.

 

Funny that  "Hide terrain Intersected by Building"  fixed it though as what you indicated as seeing are actually " Terrain Contours " and corresponding elevation levels.

these could be on a reference layer if you are using one.

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