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    Default Levels have disappeared

    I have a project that I have started in r7.0, and it has come time to work on the elevations and sections.
    But when I open any of these views, I have no level lines, not one.
    The scope of my elevation and section markers in plan encompass the entire building, and the level visibilities are on.

    Does anyone have any suggestions, or should this be forwarded onto Autodesk?

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    Default Re: Levels have disappeared

    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Smith
    I have a project that I have started in r7.0, and it has come time to work on the elevations and sections.
    But when I open any of these views, I have no level lines, not one.
    The scope of my elevation and section markers in plan encompass the entire building, and the level visibilities are on.

    Does anyone have any suggestions, or should this be forwarded onto Autodesk?
    Hi Chad,

    Have you checked that the scope box of the view is not to high?....i.e. I see that you've checked the scope boxes in the plan, but have you checked the scope box in the Elevation view?

    John Mc

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    Default Re: Levels have disappeared

    Quote Originally Posted by mail.68744
    Have you checked that the scope box of the view is not to high?....i.e. I see that you've checked the scope boxes in the plan, but have you checked the scope box in the Elevation view?
    Everything seems to be in order, and I can see all the objects that I have placed in the project in the elevation and section views.


    I think it's time to send off to Autodesk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Smith
    .......I think it's time to send off to Autodesk.
    ...hmmm....sounds like it....The views seem OK, don't they.

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    Default Re: Levels have disappeared

    I wonder if it has something to do with these despised 3d levels?
    ...and then the barman said, "now we can all get some sleep!"

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    Default Re: Levels have disappeared

    Turn on crop regions, pull crop regions way out into space....find level lines, drag back into the view area, reset crop regions.
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