Extending Existing Visibilities
Tips & Tricks
User -defined visibilities facilitate program handling. Once created, any model groups can be quickly hidden or shown. This facilitates, among other things the analysis of the results in larger 3D structures but also the creation of the report. When changing the geometry, the existing visibilities may have to be updated.
In the given case, more frames were added to the 3D hall.
In the user -defined visibility of the roof members, the previously missing beams must be added. The procedure is shown in the attached video.
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