Hello there, my coworkers have asked if there is a way to represent setbacks from the terrain in a manner that they appear in sections as well in 2D, to assist with certain drawings (we are doing it with 2D lines in plans).
However, if we use something like a railing to achieve this, it will also display the remaining portion of the railing. So, I was wondering if there is an element that can show only the section that has been cut, without displaying the rest of it, or if we can create an option in the MVO to show only the section of a particular element.
If such a solution exists, or theres another one, could someone please assist me with this task?
I am not aware of any other workaround than having two different sections in place, one of them set to zero depth while showing the terrain only. The other shows everything except the terrain. Now combine both on a layout. At least that's how I do it.
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