In spaces with small dimensions, for example, the visualization of a certain wall may be impaired by another wall in the space, that is, one wall may be in front of another. In addition, the walls can prevent the visualization of parts of the space that the designer want to display. The design walls can be lowered to facilitate the visualization of the space.
This article will cover the following subjects:
- Lower walls by mouse
- Through properties
- Auto lower wall
- Lower walls and keep modules visible
- Raise lowered wall
Lower walls by Mouse
To lower the wall with the mouse, right-click on the wall and select the Lower option. To raise the wall click on the baseboard.
To lower the wall via Properties:
1. Select the wall and go to the Tools - Properties. Click the Advanced button and change the Lowered property to Yes.
2. To raise the lowered wall change the Lowered property to No.
Auto lower wall
To automatically demote the wall, click the Auto Lower button on the status bar. With this option enabled, walls are automatically lowered according to the movement of the environment. The option will be activated when it has a blue outline.
Lower walls and keep modules visible
To lower walls and keep modules visible, right-click on the wall and select the Transparent option.
Raise lowered wall
To raise a lowered wall:
1. Click on the base of the lowered wall and the wall is raised.