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42 minutes ago, creatrix said:

I didn't know about Vector etc. views. I now have the navajo on the teapot but still doesn't show up in my polyline solid?

 

There is still a little more to learn about vector views because it needs to be standard view to see it on the teapot and it also follows the same rules in the plan as your elevation view appears to be vector which is normal so have a look in a standard render perspective view.  You can switch your elevation camera to standard view but remember to switch it back.

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1 hour ago, Chopsaw said:

 

There is still a little more to learn about vector views because it needs to be standard view to see it on the teapot and it also follows the same rules in the plan as your elevation view appears to be vector which is normal so have a look in a standard render perspective view.  You can switch your elevation camera to standard view but remember to switch it back.

Ok, I will look in to the elevation view, if not tonight, then Sat. Out of town tomorrow.

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1 hour ago, solver said:

If the plan is too large to attach, use Edit Area to copy the room and paste into a new plan.

That's helpful! I'll look at chopsaw's and then see where I need to go from there.

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You have each been so incredibly helpful in my learning process — my appreciation is boundless! 

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