In my model I placed a stair and in 3D it shows the headroom volume. I don't want to see it so I set the vertical height to 0.00 feet. Unfortunately, while it squashed the volume to a flat plane it still shows at the top of the stairs. Is there a way to turn that feature off? I tried to find the pen that creates the fill in the stair properties window but had no luck. Any suggestions?
Hello DGSketcher. I agree that the colour is too dominant for my work as well. You indicated that the "headroom" on/off is located in the MVO Stair settings. I went to the Stair properties window but I couldn't find where one could override the MVO settings like many other object (doors, etc.). Do you know where that can be done in the properties window or modify the MVO settings?
Hello Barry. You say that the headroom does not print but I have many occasions where need to provide a picture of various areas of the 3D model. When saving the view on the screen as a JPEG image the headroom shows in its too bright orange colour which is distracting. It is for that reason I was asking if there was a way to edit the MVO information to turn the headroom off or make it transparent. I would still like to do that. Is there a way?
To all who replied, thank you very much as I have the headroom turned off. The problem I had with Eduardo's solution, which was correct, only showed the window where the change could be made but it did not explain how to get to that window. As I now had the window needed it allowed me to search the AC help documentation which indicated how to get to the desired window. Again, thanks for all the help.
Just to be clear, the screenshot indicates that it is the "Model View Option Windows", sorry that I din't specify that MVOs are available in the bottom tab bar, under the "Document" Menu, or in the "Quick Options" palette…
Eduardo Rolón AIA NCARB AC26 US/INT -> AC08
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