I guess because complex profile walls can not have 'Symbolic' floor plan display doesn't help - but it may have nothing to do with this at all.
I avoid the zero height storey situation by using more layers.
So my roof has its own layer and I simply turn on/off as required.
The same for clerestorey walls and windows, should you need a plan for these windows then just turn off the main wall layer and turn on the clerestorey layer.
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I appreciate your answers.. Maybe I'm just too OLD school having created "work arounds" for how it USED TO BE...
I'm not opposed to your recommendations.. but the clerestory walls WILL BE AN ISSUE with cleanup..
Yes, I can mess with the layer priority numbers for 35 or 40 Layer Combos... but seems more appropriate (in my paradigm) to have it's own story... Note that my window schedules are set to show STORY... so having a window tagged with the CLERESTORY label is also helpful...
At this point, it's one of those crossroads... Make money or totally re-invent my paradigm... I'll have to "ease" into it at some point.
Actually, I was kind of hoping that GS had just made a choice about 0' height stories and it COULD BE reversed easily (or maybe they just didn't know it was a thing!)..