I am not able to see my framing when I create a Cross Section/Elevation view. What do I need to do to display the framing?
There are a couple of reasons why framing may not display in 3D views such as a Cross Section/Elevation. The first reason is that framing has not yet been generated, and the second reason is that framing may not be set to display in these views.
Chief Architect Interiors does not have Framing Tools; however, if a plan with framing created in Chief Architect Premier is opened in Interiors, the framing can be displayed by following the steps below.
To display framing in a 3D view
In Chief Architect, the display of objects in all views is controlled by layer set in the Layer Display Options dialog.
Open the plan in which you would like to display framing in a Cross Section/Elevation view.
If you have not yet built framing, select Build> Framing> Build Framing from the menu and generate the types of framing that you wish to show.
Select 3D> Create Orthographic View> Backclipped Cross Section from the menu, then click and drag a camera arrow to create a cross section/elevation view.
Select Tools> Layer Settings> Display Options from the menu.
In the Layer Display Options dialog:
Note the layer set that is currently in use: Section View Set. This is the default layer set for Cross Sections, as specified in the Layer Set Defaults dialog. To learn more, see the How to use Layer Set Defaults article in the Related Articles section below.
Browse to the Framing layers and click in the Disp column of each framing type that you would like to display in cross section/elevation view.
Click OK to close the dialog and apply your changes.
The selected framing types will now display in your cross section/elevation view.