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    Slab falls show the ‘hidden’ line in slab soffit

    Hi,

    I like to show the slab folds of a slab. The view is set to structural.
    I have setup my linestyle for the Interior Floor Edges.
    For some reason the I see the hidden lines of the slab “under” the interior edges.
    Is there anyway to get around this….?

    Thanks
    JH
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    #2
    Yes you can hide them, go to visibility settings (VG is the keyboard shortcut usually)

    Scroll down to floors and click on the plus sign next to this setting.
    Open this up and uncheck the "hidden lines" - this should do it for you but also check the others and see if this changes your settings as desired.
    Also be aware that "wireframe" view will change the way your view shows slab folds so make sure you set it on "hidden line" detail level for your view.

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      #3
      I realise I can ‘turn-off’ the hidden lines in vg.
      This will however hide all ‘hidden’ lines in the view. I am only interested in hiding the ‘hidden’ lines under the slab fold lines.
      JH

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        #4
        no, you need to open the "floors" expand the plus sign next to floors and click "hidden line" here. It doesn't do what you think, this isnt the hidden lines of elements Under the slab for example, it is only the hidden lines of the slab itself.

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          #5
          Or maybe the linework tool set to <invisible> if it works the way you want in this case.
          Motorbike riding is one long bezier curve

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            #6
            Thanks,
            But turning off the Hidden Lines “removes/hides” any soffit step.
            Lifework tool is an option – even though not desirable.


            Thanks
            JH

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              #7
              yes sorry, have been using the french version so long I gave you the wrong one to uncheck.

              Its the interior edges you need to turn off (at least I think thats what its called) not the "hidden lines" setting.

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