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Hiding Mesh Ridges........

Joseph Harouni
Newcomer
Hi,
Would like to be able to hide Mesh Ridges; now I assign transparency to the pen and it almost works but it leaves a gap at the intersection of lines and perimeter of the Mesh.
The reason for this is, I like many times just to show the point elevations of the Mesh with out all ridges crossing each other and making the site plan a Mess (mesh)
Thanks,
Joseph
macbook pro l3"
with touch strip
OS X 10.13.2
ac 21
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Link
Participant
Crossing each other?! Aye Caramba - you're in trouble if they are crossing each other.

You can hide all the non-user defined ridges. Is that not enough for you?

Cheers,
Link.
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Joseph Harouni
Newcomer
Link wrote:
Crossing each other?! Aye Caramba - you're in trouble if they are crossing each other.

You can hide all the non-user defined ridges. Is that not enough for you?

Cheers,
Link.


Crossing was a joke! But what about user defined? Thats where my thinking is.
Thanks,
Joseph
macbook pro l3"
with touch strip
OS X 10.13.2
ac 21

Scott R
Newcomer
I'm not sure I understand exactly what you're going for, are you talking about it and on/off for the mesh ridge lines in plan view? if so, why not just turn the mesh layer off. If you mean in elevation/section, then I think I am on board with you. Having separate controls for viewing the mesh in plan and elevation would be great. Is that what you are meaning, or am I off in crazy town ( population: me )
I can't promise I'll try, but I'll try to try
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__archiben
Newcomer
are you talking about this:

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Joseph Harouni
Newcomer
I am talking about separate controls for section/elevation and plan and also when we create a topo with user define ridges, to be able to turn them off with out effecting the boundary lines. All in the same layer.
Thanks,
Joseph
macbook pro l3"
with touch strip
OS X 10.13.2
ac 21

Lingwisyer
Virtuoso
Reviving this wish in regards to this.



Ling.
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Stress Co_
Advocate
Bad link, I think, Ling.
Marc Corney, Architect
Red Canoe Architecture, P. A.

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Lingwisyer
Virtuoso
Stress wrote:
Bad link, I think, Ling.

Just the attachment in archiben's post.
AC18-23 AUS 7000
Self-taught, bend it till it breaks.
Win10 | E5620 x 2 | 24GB | K2200

kburzon
Newcomer
How do I turn off mesh ridges in elevation?

Braza
Newcomer
Unfortunately we can't control this with MVO. (This is the actually the wish)
As a workaround, you could set a specific Pen to your mesh ridges and create a specific Penset to our section where this specific pen is white.
Hope this helps.
Paulo Henrique Santos, Architect
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