Viewing openings and spaces

Viewing openings and spaces

Virtual components such as spaces and openings are hidden by default. These can be enabled by going toView > Spaces / Openings.

Once enabled they can be shown by selecting elements with type Space or Opening in the modeltree, right clicking on them and choose 'Show/hide components', or add them to 'My view'.

Use these hotkeys to show and hide spaces and openings quickly:
  1. ALT + S for spaces
  2. ALT + O for openings
You can also enable or disable the display of spaces and openings by using the  button in the ribbon.


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