Renovation Filter Options

Use this dialog box (Document > Renovation > Renovation Filter Options) to define which elements (by Renovation Status) should be shown, hidden, or overridden in a Renovation Filter.
Go to Document > Renovation > Renovation Filter Options
Duplicate: Click this button to create a new Renovation Filter by duplicating the selected filter under a new name and editing its properties.
Rename: Click this button to rename the currently selected Renovation Filter.
Delete: Click this button to remove the selected Renovation Filter from the project.
Import: Click Import to add a saved Renovation Filter (.xml file) to your project.
Export: Click Export to save the selected Renovation Filter (.xml file) to an external location. It can then be imported to another ARCHICAD project.
Show: Elements of this Status will be shown using the fills/colors/line types as set in their Settings dialog box.
Hide: Elements of this Status will not be shown at all.
Override: Elements of this Status will be shown, using the Override Style defined in the Graphic Override Rules dialog box.
Note: To open this dialog box, click the button at the bottom of Renovation Filter Options, or use Document > Graphic Overrides > Graphic Override Rules.
Hide Opening Dimension Marker (if you don’t need to see dimensions of openings already in place)
Solid Cut Fill (if you don’t need to see the structure of walls already in place)
Do not Intersect (use this to ensure that intersections among New or Demolished walls do not interfere with existing wall intersections)
Hide Opening Dimension Marker (if you don’t need to see dimensions of openings that will soon no longer exist)
Hide Door/Window/Skylight (if you don’t need to see openings that will soon no longer exist, especially if they are part of walls to be demolished anyway)
Hide Zone (if you don’t want to see information for zones that will be eliminated)
Hide Objects (since most furnishings will not really be demolished; and they don’t need to be visible on the Demolition Plan)
Solid Cut Fill (if you don’t need to see the structure of walls that will be demolished)
Transparent Fill (to indicate the place of a demolished element with just lines, no fill)
Do not Intersect (to ensure that intersections among New or Demolished walls do not interfere with existing wall intersections)
Mark Openings with “X” Symbol: Place an X on Doors and Windows to be demolished.
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