What we're rather investigating is whether the current MVO + element
override arrangement is all necessary, or could it be that it already is
overcomplicated compared to its usefulness. Eg. it currently allows
elements to be more detailed than what t...
Hi, the survey was not meant to be about WHAT are the possible necessary
detail levels of doors and windows - because that indeed would be an
impossible task to collect all combinations of details that would make
sense in different drawings. The goal...
I'm not sure if the fine-tuning should be GO based though. (don't even
know if that part would technically be feasible - GO can only
remove-replace attributes, not really capable of drawing lines back if
they were not there in the first place...). I ...
I'm sure that any rule-based solution (let it be GO, MVO or BMAT based)
will never be a 100% correct - there will always be edge cases which
require either element-level intervention, or 2D/3D patching of a few
lines. But I think the BMAT approach is...
I have a feeling this control rather belongs to the Building Material
level. Eg. Metals, Wood, Plastics, Precast concrete you would want to
keep the lines when joined, while in-situ materials like brickwork,
concrete, plaster, soil, gravel, sand, air...