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xEndlessxUrbiax
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Transparent but shouldn't be

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10-07-2011 06:59 AM

I have a 3d model made in a view from multiple xrefs. All my transparency settings are at 0 yet the model still shows transparency. I couldn't find any settings to change on my display configuration, set, or representation by object. Does anyone know why my 3d model shows all objects transparent?

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Re: Transparent but shouldn't be

10-07-2011 07:09 AM in reply to: xEndlessxUrbiax

I might also add that I created this drawing in AutoCAD 2011 MEP. The image for a mechanical model, we created a structural model in AutoCAD Architecture and didn't encounter the transparency issue.

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Re: Transparent but shouldn't be

10-07-2011 10:00 AM in reply to: xEndlessxUrbiax

Well I just found the answer. There is a button to hide/unhide hidden lines in the drawing. 

CAD Transparency2.jpg

 

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