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.
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My Fixtures, Interior is set on to show these details in my foundations where I am planning a slab foundation. I like to show and dimension these fixtures so that all the plumbing is installed in the right plan per the main floor plan view overlaying the foundation.
A sink by itself is set to Fixtures, Interior, but once in a cabinet it changes to CAD, Default
My firm has structural standards that are normally done in AutoCAD. I want to be able to achieve them in chief architect.
This is our section annotation. I was able to create the top but I need help on the triangle on the tail.
Also, is there a way to change the appearance or display the structural framing members as a polyline in plan view and have them as original in 3D?
We currently use polylines for our joists, headers, girders, beams, rafters, etc. with a 1" to 3" Global Line Width and either phantom, continuous, or dashed/hidden line types in AutoCAD.
I want to be able to produce our structural drawings like in chief architect instead of going back in forth because I like the auto framing features in chief.
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I am wondering if there is a way so use Saved Plan View Sets from one plan in another plan without completely redoing my template. Thanks!