Cheikh wrote:You can't.
Thanks for further explaining the override, but my question is how do you even select the individual skins in order to override them separately in the first place.
squall_tmo wrote:That is not a stupid idea at all.
I know that my answer is a little stupid, and maybe a little late too, but why don't you "explode" your plan into a Worksheet?
this way you can create a rule to override the skin you want.
runxel wrote:Reading this I gave GO another chance with showing rated walls and slabs, but the only thing you can control in a selective manner is the background pen override. If you'd like to have a GO rule with fill type override it will still apply to the whole structure.
There is a very dirty workaround. Might not be suitable for production...
But it works.
Erwin wrote:Yes, a double drawing on layout could be a solution. But I'd rather 2D anything than use double views. I had very bad experiences with stacked drawings, especially in larger teamwork projects with multiple users. Hard to manage, slow, someone forgets to move one of the drawings, not seeing the complete graphic output in one view etc.
Stack this view on top of your normal view
I'd still work with different building materials if the actual material is different.