RickFlack

Cannot See thru Pass-Through Window in 3D View

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Over my 1st floor Office (with a 97 1/8" rough ceiling height) I created a 2nd floor Office Loft (with a 97 1/8" rough ceiling height) including spiral stairs for access.  In the 2nd floor Office Loft I inserted two Pass-Through windows: one overlooking the 1st floor Great Room (with a 180 1/8" rough ceiling height) and one overlooking the 1st floor Foyer (with a 206 7/8" rough ceiling height).  In 3D camera view the two 2nd floor.  For testing purposes, I copied and pasted these 2nd floor Office Loft Pass-Through windows into a 1st room and they display correctly in 3D camera view.  Thank you in advance for any assistance provided.

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Tried but failed to attached 22.7 MB *.plan

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Answers often depend on which title (Suite, Pro etc) and version (2018, 2019 etc) you are using.

 

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Plan and images are needed.

 

You can zip the plan, or make a copy and delete all the fluff -- cars, furniture etc.

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Pro needs to be closed prior to zipping.

 

And a tip for next time -- use Vector View for images as it shows details better than standard.

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You will need to create an Open Below room on the 2nd floor above the great room. Make sure all walls have No Room Def unchecked.

 

There will be some other changes needed -- post back with questions.

 

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Eric, thank you for your assistance.  I followed your instructions verbatim and was able to make the additional changes required (as you noted would be needed).  It is gratifying to know there are individuals like yourself out there who take the time to assist those of us with much less experience and knowledge.  I first began using Chief Architect software products back in 1993 when I purchased a Broderbund product from an Egghead software retail store in Bellevue, WA.  Research revealed this Broderbund software product was a "lite" version of Advanced Relational Technology (ART) out of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.  My first ART software product purchased was ART 95.  I am an intermittent user who has purchased many versions over the past 25 plus years.  Thanks again for your assistance and have a great weekend, Rick.

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