I am using CA X13.
I am designing a house that has a wing that is at 45 degrees relative to the other wing of the house. I am working with a Home builder and he has shown me that when a house is at 45 degrees, typically the elevation views reflect that by only showing the outline of the structure that is set at 45 degrees, like this.
As you can see the garage portion is at 45 degrees relative to the elevation view. I am pretty sure this set was produced with AutoCAD.
How can I make this happen in CA?
Thanks in advance!
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I've been having ongoing issues with coloured elevations once it has been sent to layout. I always get these white dashes throughout the elevation image and I have no idea how to fix this problem. I've attached an image.
This is my settings when I send to layout:
Send Options: Entire Plan/View
Camera View Options: Plot Lines, (Colour Fill, Edge Line Defaults, Pattern Line Defaults all checked)
Scaling: 1/2" = 1'-0"
I was in the midst of making changes to a sheet layout when I saved out of the layout and the working plan view. I noticed there was a correction that I needed to make. When I re-opened the plan, the original plan was no longer displaying my drawings, it was also displaying on a sheet. I can't seem to find myself back on the regular active plan view. When I'm on the layout sheet, it also shows my plan funky with little to no detail and the scale is way off.
The image below is of my active plan view.
The image below is of the layout before.
The image below is of the layout afterwards.
Thank you in advance.