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When I create a Full Overview, the image that is generated is much smaller than it used to be, or the view appears blank. Why is that?
When generating a 3D Full Overview or Floor Overview camera view, the program will look at all of the objects that are set to display in that view. So if you have an object in the distance, that may be significantly smaller in regards to the relationship to the actual structure in the plan, the program will generate the view to include that object, but it may be difficult to see.
If you delete the stray object, or move it closer to the structure, and then recreate the camera view, it will display normally.
If a blank screen occurs in all camera views, and not just Overviews, then you likely need to update your video card's driver. See the Related Articles section below for information on troubleshooting that separate, unrelated issue.
Alternatively, you could use the Edit> Edit Area tool to drag a marquee around the area where the stray object should be located (if you are zoomed out too far to even be able to see the object, this is the method you will want to use), and then click on the Delete edit tool, or the Delete key on your keyboard to remove it.
The Edit Area tool allows you to quickly define an area of your plan and select the objects in that area. Once selected, they can then be repositioned, rotated, or deleted. Unlike other selection methods, the Edit Area tool cuts walls, railing and fencing where the selection marquee intersects them, allowing you to edit only the selected portion of these objects.Some objects, such as cabinets, are included in the selection only if more than half of the object is contained within the marquee
Once removed, click on the Fill Window option again to ensure that there are no more objects out in space.