2014-06-13 02:39 PM - last edited on 2023-05-23 02:30 PM by Rubia Torres
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algore wrote:What happens if you set the Overhead Line Pen of the Skylight to a white pen in the Floor Plan and Section panel of its settings Dialog?
Indeed it is a problem !
Say, we have a house which has ground floor, 1st floor and attic.
Roof is linked to the roof-floor (separate floor above the attic).
It is fairly easy to have the roof displayed on all the stories as we want.
So if we want to see dotted line representing roof overhang on the ground floor (which makes sense, because at this point roof gives us some sort of protection against the elements like rain, etc), we see skylights too ! Additionally it seems skylights cannot be moved to the separate layer, different from the roof => if you want to see the roof on particular floor, you have to accept skylights and it seems there is no way you can get rid of it.
So we end up with roof visible on the ground floor (marked with dotted lines as we want), but in the same time we see skylights on the ground floor, which are not there - very confusing.
2014-09-07 10:45 PM
laszlonagy wrote:You still see the outline of the hole in the roof.
What happens if you set the Overhead Line Pen of the Skylight to a white pen in the Floor Plan and Section panel of its settings Dialog?
That could also give the problem that on certain Stories you do want to see the overhead lines of the Skylight. In that case you could use a specific Pen for the Skylight Overhead Line Pen, and use two Pen Sets, in one it is white, in the other it is a visible color.