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    Floor drain - View Specific display

    I have created a floor drain family. I've set all the geometry View specific display option OFF (plan/RCP, Front/Back & Left/right). Why is it that I see the floor drain in my project from any plan view...? Did i miss something?
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    #2
    You have some model lines in the family which is probably what you are seeing.
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      #3
      I had one circle which i removed... I can still see the drain in plan view...

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        #4
        Are you sure you are seeing the drain, and not the hole in the floor? The hole in the floor will be there regardless of the geometry of the drain...
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          #5
          Ahh... My family is making a hole in the slab so, if I understand properly, there's no way of hidding the Void in the slab...?

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            #6
            Originally posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
            Are you sure you are seeing the drain, and not the hole in the floor? The hole in the floor will be there regardless of the geometry of the drain...
            or that :hide:

            Originally posted by jean_francois_nant View Post
            Ahh... My family is making a hole in the slab so, if I understand properly, there's no way of hidding the Void in the slab...?
            Nope. The hole is there, not much you can do about it unless you make the drain so it doesn't cut the slab (which would be silly IMO)
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              #7
              Originally posted by cellophane View Post
              or that :hide:



              Nope. The hole is there, not much you can do about it unless you make the drain so it doesn't cut the slab (which would be silly IMO)
              Linework tool set to invisible lines (per view).
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                #8
                Thats the way to go...

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