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#318979
valarhi,

i couldn't solve that, used all my weapons still these lines showing, didn't understand. it should be solved. :cry:
this line shouldn't show.

checked:
*they are in the same layer both with same number of intersection.
*they are with same material.
*they are not checked with "always show countour line" checkbox.



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#318981
Greetings Arya Stark, your Royal Highness !

Columns and beams have priority over slabs like this :
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You are able to do your slab without beam like this :
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About slabs only you can check your model view to choose an option to display or hide the dividing line :
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#318982
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Christophe Fortineau wrote:
Sun Nov 15, 2020 9:45 pm
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Greetings Arya Stark, your Royal Highness !
Thank you my Lord, please stand up.

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Columns and beams have priority over slabs like this :
[img=https://i.ibb.co/HzrxhnJ/Capture-d-cran-2020-04-24-14-23-30.png][/img]
yes i am aware it from here:
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You are able to do your slab without beam like this :
[img=https://i.imgur.com/4HM5i53.png][/img]
it actually was again my problem, u can check from here->https://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/vi ... 90#p315790.
and you can see i am using complex beam profile because of slab don't has "relative hinge option" so it doesn't work for negative angle.
though ARCHICAD team told they will add this option https://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/vi ... 96#p315896 in the future but i am not in the future for now.
did they add this option to VER.24?

and i looked also to these:
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About slabs only you can check your model view to choose an option to display or hide the dividing line :[img=https://help.graphisoft.com/AC/24/INT/_AC24_Help/130_UserInterfaceDialogBoxes/ShowLines.png][/img]
[img=https://help.graphisoft.com/AC/24/INT/_AC24_Help/130_UserInterfaceDialogBoxes/EliminateLines.png]
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[img=https://help.graphisoft.com/AC/24/INT/_AC24_Help/130_UserInterfaceDialogBoxes/UseHidden.png][/img]
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and still my problem is valid, my lord. :cry:
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#319007
To avoid the inner contour line, you will have to model your main slab to the outer limit and then cut the negative angled base with a morph profile using SEO. (Air space with high priority+plaster). When you get the intended geometry, then you hide the morph edges as wish. Profiled Beams can do this, but you can't hide its edges.
Hope this helps.
#319017
Braza wrote:
Mon Nov 16, 2020 10:45 am
To avoid the inner contour line, you will have to model your main slab to the outer limit and then cut the negative angled base with a morph profile using SEO.
I think it's the best solution.
#319051
Braza wrote:
Mon Nov 16, 2020 10:45 am
To avoid the inner contour line, you will have to model your main slab to the outer limit and then cut the negative angled base with a morph profile using SEO. (Air space with high priority+plaster). When you get the intended geometry, then you hide the morph edges as wish. Profiled Beams can do this, but you can't hide its edges.
Hope this helps.

Or a Wall or Beam using a Complex Profile.
#319064
Hello,

Thank you very much for the question! This is an interesting one!

After some brainstorming, with the help of my colleagues, we found a way to eliminate the line in floor plan, without using SEO:

- Set the slab's Outlines to any white pen
- On the floorplan, bring the slab to the front by right-clicking the slab > Display Order > Bring to Front.

I attached a small project file showing what I mean. I hope this is a viable solution if SEO becomes too heavy in your project.

Best regards,
Minh
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#319140
Thanks for the help Minh (And the "Brainstormers"). :D (( BTW "Minh and the Brainstormers" sounds like a cool rock band name, isn't it?)) :wink:
Indeed this is a much more simple and effective solution.
Just a small remark: Don't forget to give a thicker lineweight for the white pen, or you will still see the beam edge with "True Line Weight".
Cheers,
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#319145
LaszloNagy wrote:Or a Wall or Beam using a Complex Profile.
Yes. But the thing is that I can't hide the Profiled Beam because it has the side plaster cover. And the Air BM show the edges on 3d, which is not acceptable for a proper documentation. This is why I also created a wish for Hide Building Material Individual Edges on Complex Profiles.
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#319149
Braza wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 10:54 am
LaszloNagy wrote:Or a Wall or Beam using a Complex Profile.
Yes. But the thing is that I can't hide the Profiled Beam because it has the side plaster cover. And the Air BM show the edges on 3d, which is not acceptable for a proper documentation. This is why I also created a wish for Hide Building Material Individual Edges on Complex Profiles.
Your link seems to be broken :/