Ok, I think what is happening is that it is being printed in white. If you change the “Line Print Color” of this beam in the original file to a different color it should display well.
Actually, the overhead print color should be taken from the Rhino Options in the file where you have the worksession, so I’ll report this in order to fix it (in the meantime you can change the colour as I told you above).
No, this is not a problem with print color in the rhino option. It is set to black.
You can see overhead lines are printed out with no problem in reference file.
Setting in worksession file is also is black.
You are saying exactly same thing that you guys talked about 8 month ago ( unit setting, print color setting in Rhino Option). This error is not related with unit setting and overhead option in Rhino option.
Meanwhile, I found out another bug with Worksession
I tried to open worksession file in which the reference I’ve posted was attached, but no geometry are shown up. There is no layers in a worksession layer, either.
They are printed fine in the reference file because it is taking the attributes from that file. In the worksession file, even if you set the overhead print color to black it will not be printed this way because it looks like it is always taking the object display colour.
Please, change the beam projection “Line print color” in the original file; this should make your beam visible when you print in the worksession (now it is being printed in white). If this doesn’t fix the issue maybe we could meet in a zoom meeting to check it in your computer; please, let me know about it.
Alfonso. Your trick works and I tried same trick in other worksession file and I noticed that same problem happens with display color for projection and overhead as well in worksession. I hope this bugs will be fixed in next service release version.
When it comes to error with opening worksession file, the problems is gone after I changed print color to black in the reference file manually.