2022-09-1609:26 AM - last edited on 2023-05-0903:21 PM by Rubia Torres
I've recently upgraded my AC25 file to AC26, did a bunch of work on it, and only now realized that the intersection priority for all my walls and meshes is broken in section. The mesh always hides the wall and foundation cut fills, leaving only the outlines, regardless of the strength setting of the material.
I've tried resolving it by fiddling with the intersection priority of both elements, moving elements forward and backward, creating new elements, but nothing works.
Starting a new project using a template created from this same file does however produce the expected behavior. No problems.
The only work-around I found is to use solid element operations on the elements, but this produces poor quality line thicknesses and is quite cumbersome to do, and will need to be redone anytime I split or duplicate the mesh.
Exactly the same problem on several files passed in 26... > display order checked > layer priority checked > in my opinion the origin of the problem would be to look for the priorities of materials which are however correct and worked in AC25 ...
New test today: > screenshot of cut portion on AC26:
You will notice that the wood beams (materials with a higher priority than the others, layers with a higher priority than the others) are not displayed correctly, except for one, which is however in no way different from the others... No effect of the "order" commands display" > I saved the projects in version 25 and opened it on AC25, and there everything is in order:
And here we do this on several files migrated from 25, systematically when complexes overlap (here the roof and ceiling complexes and the beams)