So property lines are 2D, that much is fair enough, afterall as a real world concept, they only consider perimeter & area - but in the world of architectural documentation there is a want, nay a need to show their boundaries in sections.
I've seen the "trace with reference lines" workaround, but that's only useful if you cut the "line" perpindicular, which is seldom the case, not to mention it adds a level of VG/filter control that just makes it less than ideal.
I've just been playing with using a baluster-less railing, using a "dot" & "dash" railing profile - but that's limiting because the "line" is model-scale based, not drawing-scale based. That and I can't choose just to show the cut railings (and with a solid fill) and hide those in the (projected) distance...
So I've been trying to create a line-based generic model, of a repeating dot/dash/dot pattern both in plan & elevation using array'd solids & voids. But it's feeling really dirty - and testing it in a project, I can't make it Site, Entourage or Planting because of their limited VG controls, so it's stayed a generic model, all modelled on a new sub-category - I'm losing faith in the method.
Am I waffling? What I'm trying to get at is, besides manual drafting, is there another way?