Because your advice. Once you set the global Floor Plan Cut Plane, you can further fine-tune the Floor Plan display of individual construction elements (Walls, Columns, Beams and Roofs only) in their element Settings dialog boxes. I understand the meaning of this sentence.
If you are looking at a 'view point' from the Project Map, then you manually make all the settings as you want to see it on screen (layers, scale, floor plan cut plane height, graphic override, etc.).
You can save these as 'views' in the View Map.
You can have as many 'views' as you want for each storey (section, elevation, etc.), and each of these 'views' can have completely different settings (layers, scale, floor plan cut plane height, graphic override, etc.).
When you use a 'view' from the View Map, you do not have to change any settings, because they are all stored with the 'view'.
It is these 'views' that you place on your layouts.
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