- Thu Jun 17, 2021 7:39 am
All elements have cut/uncut pen colours which is what you will see in sections.
Element using composites will have the cut pen set in the composite settings.
I find it best to work in Archicad with the 'true line weight turned' off - so you will see everything as hairline (it is easier to work with this).
If you want, turn the 'bold cut lines' on if you want to emphasise what is cut in section (usually you will see cut fills anyway).
Both of these are on-screen options only and will not affect printing.
When you print, you should not have the 'hairline' option on (unless you really want to).
That way your prints will print with the correct line thickness.
And if you have your cut and uncut pens set up properly, you should get the prints you want.
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