Having recently discovered the pleasures and pains of turning off legacy mode for single plane roofs, i have stumbled upon an issue in which after separating a multi plane roof into single planes, the edge lines of each roof plane seem to variate levels of dominance, resulting in the fills of each plane masking out edge lines of neighboring planes. The outcome being pen weights of the roof plan variate when printing along the ridges and valleys. Ive attached screenshots for reference.
I gather that when splitting the roof, each edge gains properties with different priorities, as they are all on the same level. But i have found a soloution for changing the display of these edges. Any solutions for the issue listed above, aswell as information on the topic in general is greatly appreciated, Thankyou,
Using element info box to check the position of roof planes once split to single plane, the stack display order are all identical on the same position of Level 7. so no that isn't a solution as if one plane is brought forward manually, it then creates the same issue aforementioned.
also no, 2D lines is not a solution at all, i mean seriously?
Thankyou for the in-depth explanation of the roof behavior after separation, i did explore turning the cover fill to transparent, which would then stop the line weight variation, but the issue then, was that the existing roof planes below, which are being built over with saddle trusses, are then no longer masked out. The reason we have changed from legacy mode was to utilize the merge feature of roof planes in renovations to tidy up the projected roof lines on the floor plan. Seems with every advancement there is a trade off that's of equal importance.