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Why is the round duct shown as single line even though the detail level is fine?

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10-18-2012 03:59 PM

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Why is the round duct shown as single line even though the detail level is fine?

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Re: Why is the round duct shown as single line even though the detail level is f

10-19-2012 02:55 AM in reply to: diesellam

Because it is a duct placeholder - as indicated on the tooltip adjacent to your cursor.

Duct placeholders are there to allow you to efectively place the centreline at an early design stage before commiting to double line or having to play around with varying detail levels

These can be converted to 3D ducts by selecting the placeholder and in the contextual tab selecting "Convert Placeholder"

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Re: Why is the round duct shown as single line even though the detail level is f

10-19-2012 08:15 AM in reply to: julianjameson8403

Thanks, that's good to know.

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