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  1. Exactly. Several viewports yes, but look, I want to do architecture, not viewports management 🙂 Things should be simple and efficient. Actually I don't like to spend time on drawings. The less time I spend on drawing things the happier I am. Thats why I moved to BIM. And before that, to CAD. I have to say, I don't know how I would deal with old buildings renovation. No clue. I would probably keep it simple and do things in 2D. Not worth it to model everything in 3D. The 3D information exist already.
  2. Thank you for your inputs @line-weight. I cannot use horizontal sections since I have several buildings on a slope. Also, I think horizontal sections are more difficult to handle, in order to get proper – graphically speaking – plans. This being said, I might not have tried hard enough to make this work.
  3. Exactly. It is actually possible but as far as I know only in the design space. Hence actually my question, if it is possible to do it in the layout space by overriding the setting which is greyed out – I don't know why... Look at the screenshots below, taken from the design space, so it's not exactly what I want. I just want to unlock the greyed out setting Enable Cut Plan at Layer Elevation in the layers override... It is so closed of being a super useful setting ! Also, I am aware of horizontal sections, but as you said, they have their own issues. In my case, I cannot use them on this specific project. ^
  4. Hello, In a 2D plan Viewport, 2 layers are activated : Ground floor and Basement. For some reason, I would like to override the cut plan elevation of my Basement in order that only my Ground floor would be drawn as cut. The Basement would be drawn as seen from top / non-cut. Problem : This option is greyed out in my Layers overrides window. The general idea is that I would like to see on my Groundfloor plan informations from my Basement plan but seen as if the cut plan would be on my Groundfloor (actually like any proper plan). Please, see the screenshot below to see exactly what I mean...
  5. @Christiaan, I had exactly the same question 9 years later, thank you for having asked it, and thank you @Dieter @ DWorks for the answers, as always. Both of you, help me a lot, more than you think.
  6. Is your issue related to this one maybe ? :
  7. Please, find bellow a drawing showing my 3 buildings to illustrate my post. 1. What I observed - It is not possible to have 2 stories at the same level (for instance A0 and B0 on the same level) - It is really annoying (and I'm trying to stay polite here) to set these stories one bye one when you have 12 buildings, 50 stories, 70 layers. In one window they are listed by name, in another by level; I had to print my layers manager and highlight my stories like in the '80s to see what's happening. After approximately 801'153 clicks I got what I wanted. 2. My questions - How to set properly a file and their stories with multiple buildings in order to export it to IFC ? - Is it really mandatory to assign stories in order to export an IFC ?
  8. What would be nice, is being able to select 2 slabs and then choose Add Surface to combine them exactly like you would do it for two 2D poly... This is on my wishlist 🙂
  9. I am well aware on styles, sorry if my question was not clear enough. Let me elaborate : Different tools can give you the same kind of objects. For instance to create a door, you can generate it through the tool "Door and Window" (we give it a style named A) or through the tool "Doors" (we give it a style named B). In my case, I started a project using one tool to generate doors but then realized another tool was better. So my question is this one : Would it be possible to replace the door style A (from "Door and Window) by the door style B (from "Doors") ? Via the OIP as you suggest, it is, I believe not possible.
  10. I will have a look at it... Thank you for the tip !
  11. Hello, Scenario : I have objects A and objects B placed in a class X. I have layouts U in which class X is activated and layouts V in which class X is not activated. I realize now that it would be better to have objects A placed in class X and objects B placed in a new class Y. I want my new class Y to be activated in layouts U but unactivated in layouts V (like it was the case for class X). What I do : When I create the new class Y, I told it to be unactivated in each layout. I then manually activate it in each layout where class X was also activated. My question : Is there a more clever way to do it ? The idea would be to tell class Y to be active on layouts where class X is active.
  12. Hello, Is there a way to replace a door created by tool A by a door created by tool B ?
  13. I get your idea which is nice but is it still possible to have a User-entered Field with your method ? To pick @drelARCH example : first tag : "SS 31.1" second tag : "SS 21.1" where "SS" is the prefix in the formula and where "31.1" or "21.1" can be set manually (User-entered Field, not linked to an object). In other words, is there an User-entered Field formula ?
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