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Hide if not in the core

Hide if not in the core

Hello,

 

I would like to have an option to hide everything that is out of the core of an element (for example for walls). As a structural engineer I do not want to see the finish part of the wall, since there's already a difference between core and other parts (in the type of the element) why it is not possible to use this property and turn off everything that is not a part of the core? Maybe in the view settings.

 

Thank you in advance.

6 Comments
Anonymous
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@DarioCulap  good idea..Right now if you want to isolate structural part of the walls you make of them parts and then per filter you could isolate just structural part.

Anonymous
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Use a filter.

Pshupe
Collaborator

How would you use a filter to turn off the non-core elements inside a wall type?  Thanks.

 

Regards Peter.

 

Anonymous
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I made a mistake, I don`t think it is possible to assign a parameter that can be filtered in the material of a wall.

Anonymous
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Hello,

I have the same problem as DarioCulap.

Does the above mean that there is not a way to use a filter to exclude anything is non-core elements within walls?

kimberly.fuhrman
Autodesk
Status changed to: Accepted

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