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soldaotop
Contributor

When we will finally have the possibility to have a cover fill option for uncut walls ?!?

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Laszlo Nagy
Community Admin
Community Admin

Are you talking about Floor Plan representation?

So, for example, there is a slanted Wall and you want cover fill on the projected Portion below the Floor Plan Cut Plane?

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soldaotop
Contributor

Yes I'm talking about Floor Plan representation. The thing is that for the purpose of the presentation I would like to have my walls covered with fill (solid or pattern doesn't matter). 

That walls are being of 1m height, so therefore they are not cut. I don't find any option of coloring them, besides drawing an extra fill over the wall which is rather unhandy

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Thanks!

That will do for sure.

(Though it would be much easier to have that option regardless graphic overrides, like other elements have that option)

 

Strawbale23
Enthusiast

I would like to be able to do "sections" of plans, using the AC25 section options. 


AC25
https://www.zendsign.fr/

Laszlo Nagy
Community Admin
Community Admin

Strawbale,

 

If you have another wish, please start a new thread, let us keep threads nicely organized so one thread is about one wish.

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