- Wed Mar 31, 2021 2:58 am
Things to check.
If viewing from a marquee in plan, if you model a wall outside of the marquee you won't see it - not the case here I don't think.
Make sure there are not 2 walls in exactly the same space - again not the case here I don't think.
Graphic Overrides can't hide a wall but a renovation filter can.
Make sure the wall has a reno status that is visible (not hidden) or you are using a filter that shows all.
Again not the case here I don't think as you wouldn't be able to select the wall.
Check you have all cutting planes turned off - again I wouldn't have thought you could select the wall.
Is there something like a large slab (in a hidden layer) that has a building material strength that is higher than the wall's, that is cutting the wall away.
This is the only thing I can think of that will allow you to select the wall but not see it.
Or has an 'air' (invisible) surface or building material been applied to the wall?
And maybe it has a white 'uncut' line pen?
Then you would not see it in 3D against a white background.
I just tried that and I got an invisible wall.
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