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  1. Sadly for the underside of the stairs, I find myself doing some acrobatics too if there is a lot of space between the underside and the actual stair structure Usually, I leave that part for the CD set, in DD sets I use 2D linework in sections until the design has been ironed out When, if, the design moves forward then I'll play with Roof faces and wall components to even obtain schedules and BOM
  2. Is better to not use the railings built on the stairs, I had better results using the new Railing tool in 2024, you can control better how different flights of railing connect to each other
  3. Thank you, I'll check those options to see if I have the values and settings right
  4. Greetings, I have a Vectorworks model and it is georeferenced but the moment I export the file to IFC the georeference information gets lost, even if in the Site Data the Reference Latitud and Logitud are displayed correctly What other settings must I check to ensure a proper georeferenced export from Vectorworks 2023?
  5. Hi @Pat Stanford, did you manage to fix this issue? I have the same problem
  6. Yes, I don't usually do that,I clip the roof and add a custom Skylight symbol
  7. For Skylights, the only way is create a Custom Record and a Custom Tag to show the desired info
  8. Yes, a quick fix in your situation, could be to use a 2D polygon to clip the underside of the slab, It would give you the desired section detail
  9. I hope there will be an option to access this plug-in through the Partner Products portal, is in german, but the plug-in does some amazing stuff
  10. 1.The section fill is controlled by the Section Style Class, changing it you can show different fills/hatches , etc 2. Are you creating a horizontal Section Viewport or a regular 2D plan?
  11. You need to assign a IFC definition to the symbols, even generic IFC definition will be enough, otherwise the objects will not be recognized by the IFC softwares
  12. You need to define a component in the roof to clip the walls
  13. Put a 3D locus to each of the points you want the fence to lock, then use the 3D mode of the fence Tool
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