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  1. We often work on models where we are working on one floor of a building, for instance roof extensions and loft conversions. As we will often need the lower floors for presentation in planning drawings, we normally work up all the floors into a full basic Bim model using our tool sets with surface hatches/renderworks textures, etc, in place, and then concentrate on the floor we are working on. I would like to be able to create an OpenGL orbital animation, showing Renderworks textures ONLY on the levels we are working on, showing the rest of the building in white, so it effectively looks like part of a massing model. Is it possible to switch all Textures/rendering off on individual design layers? If not, what is the quickest way to achieve this look? I can see a number of applications for this (not least creating slightly better massing models than the AEC tool allows) but I'm surprised I can't seem to find a solution to this anywhere. Any suggestions anyone?