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Link models with different highs of entire stories

Vojtech Slavik
Advocate
Hi guys how are you fixing the problem when you have
1- Main model with terrain
2- An few other building what they are on terrain but on different highs

=> more houses with different levels on the same terrain.

I'm trying to get situations plan with terran and every building has entre floor or see roof flor of all building and terrain

Right now 3D Is totatly fine but for stories I cannot see windows and doors for building what they are leying high than 3m

Screenshot of example is link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1kjOjI1rdTEHE1eyKnMKUdQNQ6lzvZJuQ?usp=sharing

1- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WkBTf92-mwlH5ngg4cwarPn9IEKX4DJO/view?usp=sharing
2- https://drive.google.com/file/d/16Yj7rYDvAyjoMxsIcY4Yv733VzIiFKTP/view?usp=sharing
3- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Clb4jb2WD_cyzAI5HqWi-aDKmqBC-S7A/view?usp=sharing
4- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vZPiU4n2YDEc8sge-86Nqtc87ZfFJuwK/view?usp=sharing

Thanks for any advice
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Lingwisyer
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Create multiple views with different FPCH and align them on your layout. Placing a couple of Hotspots around your project will make it easier to align.
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Vojtech Slavik
Advocate
Can you explain little bit more ? what do you mean multiple view. I want to get stories 2D.
I don't know what is mean FPCH and what did you mean Hotsposts ?

Sorry but i don't get it what did you write . Can you do some screen shots ?
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Lingwisyer
Champion
Given your reply, I assume you are new?

Any part of your model that you place on a Layout is a View (Help Centre: What is a View). Multiple Views can be made for each part you wish to show. Each View has it's own settings which include a Floor Plan Cut Height (FPCH).



A Hotspot (Help Centre: Hotspots), in the drafting sense, is an invisible marker and can be found on your toolbar.



So, basically, make a View of each part of your plan with its relevant FPCH, then align each View on your Layout using Hotspots that you have placed around your plan.



Ling.

ps. As a side note, you should add which version of ArchiCAD you are using as well as your computer specifications in your signature as some things are version / hardware specific.

@Admin please move to Construction Documentation
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Vojtech Slavik
Advocate
Thanks I get it.

I'm not new just I never use short cut FPCH
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