- [BUG] Stairs element remains “flight” on the list even after changing it’s type to landing.
- [WISH] Ability to draw stairs with different flight and landing widths.
It is very rarely that we design stairs that has the same landing and flight widths in our country. This results from law requirements that are different for both. Inability to do it so equals great inconvenience for us. This feature could be possibly controlled by style (two separate width parameters) or by stair elements (as shown on picture below). Of course, the best would be to have both possibilities
[BUG] Objects with custom 2d representation are not displayed properly when covered with another objects. This could be solved for example by assigning the custom 2d representation to objects only when the cutting plan is intersecting the bounding box. It has it’s disadvantages but may be the option.
[BUG] there is a problem with plan and section representation of nested objects, like for example furniture containing another furniture with it’s custom 2d representation. 2d elements are flying all around the drawing.
[BUG] There was some problem with section representation of objects containing curves crossing the section line. Entire section drawing goes crazy.
- [WISH] Maybe I missed this feature, but i suppose there is no control or any possibility to separate cutting lines over projected lines in plan and section views. Could be great to have some control over the cutting line width in the plan and section styles and have them for example on separate layer(s) when exploding the view.
- [WISH] We have an option to subtract solids from walls and we have the possibility to “make holes” in them when creating openings, windows, doors etc. So when creating custom window styles we define the opening by the profile curve that “makes hole” in the wall - and that opening doesn’t allow creating glyphs, reveals etc. What about giving us an ability to cut the opening with solid instead of (or together with) curve profile with specified cutting depth? It’s form in GH definition seems obvious, but it could be also done in non-GH objects - solid, whose location would be defined inside Rhino block and be relative to insertion point of VA object. To say more - this feature could be also an option for other VA objects, like railings (examples below).
[BUG] Holding shift, pressing tab and multiple selection (by rectangle) doesn’t work when operating on VA objects control points. Selection issue is not working at least on stairs.
[BUG] My VA objects are sometimes being automatically exploded when exported / copied to another document. I don’t know what causes it because I realise it after some time working on the file when I no longer remember what specifically I did before.