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Door Jambs Display in RCP

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05-26-2011 01:33 PM

In the attached image, the left is my 1st floor RCP, which looks the way I want.  The right is my 2nd floor RCP, in which I cannot get the door jambs (orange lines) to turn off.  Cut Planes are set identically in the two dwgs.  I thought the Display Configuration settings were identical in the 2 dwgs, but clearly they're not.  Can you advise?

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Re: Door Jambs Display in RCP

05-26-2011 02:49 PM in reply to: dbd63
Are the two plans in separate files? Can you post sample drawing files that exhibit the problem? If you do, please mention the ACA version you are using.
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Re: Door Jambs Display in RCP

05-27-2011 05:26 AM in reply to: dbd63

First and second floor RCPs attached.  We're on ACA2008.

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Re: Door Jambs Display in RCP

05-31-2011 06:20 PM in reply to: dbd63

Took a quick look - the components that are displaying in your 2nd floor plan are Wall Below Cut Plane components.  Not sure why they display in that drawing and not on the 1st floor plan, though.  There are an awful lot of style-level overrides, which multiplies the opportunities for display settings to vary, although I did not see anything obvious tonight.

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Re: Door Jambs Display in RCP

06-02-2011 12:49 PM in reply to: David_W._Koch

Thanks David,

 

You were right, of course- it was a couple of Below Cut Plane components that needed to be turned off.

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