You can create different views of the building model, such as floorplan, sections, elevations, print layouts and 3D views.
In the 3D views you can set the view of the model; you can set named views, axonometric or perspective.
You can control the display of the model with a visual style.
|Wireframe||Displays the image of the model with all edges and lines drawn, but with no surfaces drawn.|
|Hidden Line||Displays the image with all edges and lines drawn except those obstructed by surfaces.|
Displays the surfaces of the model with the colour specified for the used materials in various lighting conditions.
|Realistic||Displays surfaces of the model with material appearances (texture or color) in various lighting conditions.|
|X-ray||The non-transparent surfaces become transparent, so the structure of the model can be viewed in a unique and spectacular way, similar to an X-ray image.|
|Greyscale||Displays the surfaces of the model with different shades of grey.|
Displays the surfaces of the model with the colour specified for the used materials.
You can specify the visibility of two tangent planar surfaces that have a common edge and same material. When the switch is on, the 3D view treats them as a single surface and hides the shared common edge.
If you activate the Joining surfaces option, the common edges between wall and wall, wall and slab are displayed as a single surface, provided that the material of the joining surfaces is the same.
|Classes for Joining Surfaces||Select object types to apply Joining Surfaces|
|Joining Surfaces is disabled between roofs||Switch off Joining Surfaces mode between roofs|
|Display of Facet Edges||Display of edges between planar faces representing a surface.|
|Dynamic section transparency||Transparency value (0-100) of the dynamic section plane in the 3D view|
|Anti-aliasing||Anti-aliasing improves the quality of lines in the view, making edges display more smoothly.|
Example of Joining surfaces:
Example of Display of Facet Edges: