I have kitchen elements next to one another. In real life they are separated, but in the drawing I don't want to be so crazy and split them fo 1mm. The issue is that I can't see separation line, the intersection is happening. Neither is possible to assign a material to different elements (working surface, fronts, ovens, etc...). So I have basically one piece of furniture made of solid material. That is not possible in real life. So, if we want to make drawings for workers, it's impossible using just sections? And developers will keep updating software with useless news, and keeping a bunch of issues behind. At this point, this software is just a frustration machine!
If someone has logical solution for this, let me know. Answers like: creating a bunch of new layers and intersection groups are not accepted! Thanks!
I know you don't accept the option of making layers but I think it's the only one at the moment and the fastest to use, create two layers to alternate the furniture, layer 1, layer 2, layer 1, layer 2 and so on, there are only two layers . Have an excellent day.
This helps to the some point, but certainly is problem that needs to be solved, offering an option to put separation line or something. Also we are no able to select building materials for different elements of the cabinet. Kind regards!