- Tue Mar 24, 2020 3:18 am
So just to be clear, these are GDL objects?
If so they can be scripted to have their own section fill parameters.
If this is done and they have the same fill, then there will be no join as same fill blend together.
This is two objects, I have stacked one on the other and cut them in section.
If the fills are not scripted in the objects then you can set the fills in the object settings.
If they are scripted you can still override the section fills as well.
However something strange is happening here.
It seem the screen zoom % can have an effect.
Turning true line weight on shows the line is really there.
But then display order comes into effect as well.
If they are all in there default order they should appear OK.
But in my example here, if I bring the lower object forward (regardless of the fill), half the line is hidden - even though it is not a thin line.
If I bring the top object forward - all is good and the line is full.
Of course if the override fills are the same, they will blend with no line.
So short version of the above, turn true line weight on and zoom in an out to see if the lines are there.
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