"Plan Orientation" underlays:
The cut plane of the underlay is always taken at the level above the selected underlay level and looks down to the selected underlay level.
If you try to underlay the highest level then the underlay cut plane is set infinitely above the top level.
Here is a Plan View showing the Underlay beneath. As you can see the walls do not clearly show up.
I then change the Bottom Cut Plane to 8' this then changes the depth of the view range allowing me to see the remaining walls and doors.
For "Reflected Ceiling Plan" orientation the cut plane of the underlay is set to the selected underlay level and looks up to the level above the selected underlays level.
I have the problem that the components is not shown even if I modify the view range. Do you have any idea what could be this problem?ReplyDelete
Could be any number of things, check your phasing visibility, view range, worksets, visibility, etc...ReplyDelete
in response to Erick: sometimes general models show in views that do not contain them; example: if you have a general model in level 3 and you are at level 1, it may show up in the view (level 1).ReplyDelete