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*Matt Dillon
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Linework tool

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01-26-2006 05:40 PM
You can't change the linework of interior components in a wall type using
this?

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Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com
*Jay
Message 2 of 5 (54 Views)

Re: Linework tool

01-26-2006 05:48 PM in reply to: *Matt Dillon
Is this in response to the "Automatic wall disjoins" topic? If so, no. I
want certain walltypes to automatically not join into certain other
walltypes.

"Matt Dillon" wrote in message
news:5070210@discussion.autodesk.com...
You can't change the linework of interior components in a wall type using
this?

--

Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com
*Matt Dillon
Message 3 of 5 (54 Views)

Re: Linework tool

01-26-2006 06:25 PM in reply to: *Matt Dillon
Nope. Nothing to do with that.

I need to change the lineweight of internal wall components in a section
view and it appears that the linework tool only works on the edge lines.

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Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com

"Jay" wrote in message
news:5070224@discussion.autodesk.com...
Is this in response to the "Automatic wall disjoins" topic? If so, no. I
want certain walltypes to automatically not join into certain other
walltypes.

"Matt Dillon" wrote in message
news:5070210@discussion.autodesk.com...
You can't change the linework of interior components in a wall type using
this?

--

Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com
*Scott Davis
Message 4 of 5 (54 Views)

Re: Linework tool

01-26-2006 08:21 PM in reply to: *Matt Dillon
use the "override host layers" settings to change internal wall components.
this is found in the visibility/graphics dialog box, in the lower right
corner. Check the "cut line styles" box, and then hit the edit button to
change how they are displayed.


"Matt Dillon" wrote in message
news:5070218@discussion.autodesk.com...
Nope. Nothing to do with that.

I need to change the lineweight of internal wall components in a section
view and it appears that the linework tool only works on the edge lines.

--

Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com

"Jay" wrote in message
news:5070224@discussion.autodesk.com...
Is this in response to the "Automatic wall disjoins" topic? If so, no. I
want certain walltypes to automatically not join into certain other
walltypes.

"Matt Dillon" wrote in message
news:5070210@discussion.autodesk.com...
You can't change the linework of interior components in a wall type using
this?

--

Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com
*Matt Dillon
Message 5 of 5 (54 Views)

Re: Linework tool

01-26-2006 08:39 PM in reply to: *Matt Dillon
Thanks, Scott.

That appears to have done the trick. :-)

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Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com

"Scott Davis" wrote in message
news:5070285@discussion.autodesk.com...
use the "override host layers" settings to change internal wall components.
this is found in the visibility/graphics dialog box, in the lower right
corner. Check the "cut line styles" box, and then hit the edit button to
change how they are displayed.


"Matt Dillon" wrote in message
news:5070218@discussion.autodesk.com...
Nope. Nothing to do with that.

I need to change the lineweight of internal wall components in a section
view and it appears that the linework tool only works on the edge lines.

--

Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com

"Jay" wrote in message
news:5070224@discussion.autodesk.com...
Is this in response to the "Automatic wall disjoins" topic? If so, no. I
want certain walltypes to automatically not join into certain other
walltypes.

"Matt Dillon" wrote in message
news:5070210@discussion.autodesk.com...
You can't change the linework of interior components in a wall type using
this?

--

Matt Dillon
Autodesk Architectural Desktop Certified Expert

View my ADT Blog "Breaking Down the Walls" at
http://www.modocrmadt.blogspot.com
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