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removal of contour lines from walls

Lucas343
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Hello group. This image is extremely simple, but my question is very technical.
How do I make the wall have only 1 contour projection line? In this picture, I applied the wall view in projection, continuous projection line and no end lines, however I can't find a way to hide both the outer line and the inner line of the wall profile.
I couldn't find anything in the manual that talks about this.


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I recommend creating a wall composite with only one core element, then you can control the pens to only show on the outside on none on the sides. This would require creating a lot of variants if you have multiple thickness. Otherwise draw a fat polyline around your external building as a 2D outline. If it doesnt suit, I hope you are able to achieve it another way. Best wishes.

 

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SenecaDesignLLC
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Walls have thickness and will always show both lines

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isn't there some way to hide the interior line?
In my city, project approval only considers the face of the exterior wall.

every time I have to approve a project I have to redo the perimeter with hachure and hide the walls,

Not that I'm aware of.

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Solution

I recommend creating a wall composite with only one core element, then you can control the pens to only show on the outside on none on the sides. This would require creating a lot of variants if you have multiple thickness. Otherwise draw a fat polyline around your external building as a 2D outline. If it doesnt suit, I hope you are able to achieve it another way. Best wishes.

 

Menu>Options>Element Attributes>Composites

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this was very helpful, thank you very much for the information.
it helped me a lot

Please mark the post that helped as the Solution, not your own reply to it...

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I have sorted that out.

 

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And just to add that if you do have multiple thicknesses, you can use a complex profile wall instead of a composite. You can control the contour visibility for each edge and still be able to.adjust the wall thickness.

 

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