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Phil T
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Wall skins pattern

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07-19-2004 09:35 PM
Hi, I am a newbie so go easy. I have searched high and low but cannot find how to nominate hatch patterns for walls in plan view when there is more than one skin. ie. brick / cavity / stud. i want say a brick hatch for the brick and a shade for the stud but don't want to draw separate elements on plan. Please help put me out of my misery.

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*Henry Dearborn
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Re: Wall skins pattern

07-20-2004 04:35 AM in reply to: Phil T
Go to the element properties dialogue box of the wall and then go to edit, edit structure, and then select the material you want to show with a hatch pattern. Select the type hatch you want under cut pattern (i.e. diagonal up-small for brick), for each wall component you want to have a pattern for. Set your detail level to fine, and your different components should show different hatches. Phil T wrote: > Hi, I am a newbie so go easy. I have searched high and low but cannot find how to nominate hatch patterns for walls in plan view when there is more than one skin. ie. brick / cavity / stud. i want say a brick hatch for the brick and a shade for the stud but don't want to draw separate elements on plan. Please help put me out of my misery. > > Thanks
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Phil T
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Re: Wall skins pattern

07-20-2004 08:23 PM in reply to: Phil T
thanks for that Henry. Worked fine.

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