Common / best practice in my part of the world (i.e. the thinking part) when denoting small/short sections is to NOT have a reference marker at each end of section line, but to have a reference marker bubble at one end and a directional tab marker (rectangle, arrow head or similar) at the other end .
Currently, you can only switch off one end, or have two ends the same - Both options look pretty substandard in this context
Erika wrote: There is on in the US libraries called Section Marker_NCS 12(there is has been versions for prior ACs as well).
You can download the US library appropriate for your OS and see if it works.
Hi - from what I can see Section Marker_NCS 12 also can only either display both end markers the same... or switch one end off - still no way to have a different marker each end?
Am I missing something?
screen shot of what I have in mind below (common industry convention for short sections where two full marker ends is unwieldy. The rectangle would be placed over the cut element(s) & stretched to length:
This form of marker is regularly used to reference sectional details by (non-ArchiCAD) practices over here.