because this former topic about GO seems to be closed now... I've to write a new one anyway, to bring the subject up again (... and I'm thinking about to do something that shows it at top all time... 😏 )
In many projects I used the workaround, to work in early project state with just one building material for solid real materials (concrete, brick´work, etc.) and i.e. another one for insulation materials, etc. ... to get a seamless display in ground plans and sections... without the obligation having that all just in black.color.
But with a current project, I need alt least to different concrete materials... with different intersection priorities.
Foundation (Ground Plan)
Upper Stories (Ground Plan)
Result in Section
Before GO came, there was a simple rule:
Material displayed with the same fill merges.
Now there is no way to avoid separators between different materials.
(... except using 'Hide Skin Separators'... but this causes a lot of other problems... see linked topic.)
I mean, the GO are actually such a powerful tool... but it's impossible to get this simple display task done. Can that be true?
(I'm disappointed since I've realized this inability (again)... and I yet don't know how to get a proper seamless display in this project.... Maybe I just forget the different materials and try to control the intersection with layer numbers (possible because everything is just orthogonally here...).. but that's no good solution...)
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