Like the option for objects, need an option for walls to turn off 3d. I can think of a number of reasons for this but one is foundation plans. You don't want 3d, you don't want to mess around with fill. When the size changes, it is just one click. If it is fill, or lines it takes a lot more time.
If you are not modelling the 3D, then just use the walls in plan anyway and don't worry about the height.
Or set them all as zero height walls.
Then you will still have all the benefits of trimming and stretching in plan.
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Barry- I would, but, setting a wall to 0 still is visible in model and still messes with other wall intersections, I do not do everything in 2d. I do everything hybrid. I don't want 2d items such as footings to show on 3d and I don't like to spend time modeling everything. Draw in 2d and it is guaranteed to be in that place only. Model in 3d and is guaranteed you have to go hunting for what was screwed up by what you did.
I should have been rephrased that, because what someone might consider a workaround others would consider it there standard workflow. So I guess I am wrong on needing less workarounds, maybe just less that don't make sense to ME