Why do issues have section planes when they are disabled in Navisworks?

Why do issues have section planes when they are disabled in Navisworks?

When a section plane is enabled in Navisworks, it will be reported to the BCF Manager when a new issue is created and added to the viewpoint. Navisworks will always do so even when the ‘Sectioning’ feature has been disabled. To avoid having unwanted section planes added to issues, please deactivate all section planes first.


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