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2013- Const. Template: Ceiling Plans Bug

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11-05-2012 05:20 AM

Does anyone else have this problem with the Construction template?  I draw walls on level one and the switch to the ceiling plans->level 1 and no walls are shown.  After deleting the built-in ceiling views and recreating them, things work fine.

 

Why don't the default views work?

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Re: 2013- Const. Template: Ceiling Plans Bug

11-05-2012 09:59 AM in reply to: dbroad

You need to check the VG for the predefined view for the RCP..  Sounds like thecut plane and/or upper linits need to be adjusted for the wall ht you created.

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Re: 2013- Const. Template: Ceiling Plans Bug

11-05-2012 10:48 AM in reply to: dbroad

 

Thanks for the response.  I have just figured out that it was the phase filter.  The OOTB level 1 ceiling plan was set to a phase of A10 Substructure.  The floor plan Level 1 was set to Project Completion.  Have no idea what the rationale for such settings would be.

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