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I'm currently looking into switching entirely to Bricscad from my current software (which was not the smartest decision in the first place), as it is simply to slow and awkward to quickly model architectural objects for my purposes (mainly interior design, temporary architecture, lots of visualisations). The only thing it could do well, was quickly generate 2D Sections from 3D geometry and I'm struggling to set up a proper workflow in Bricscad, that gives me somewhat of an equivalent. For a full blown architectural solution like Revit,ACAD Architecture and the like, I simply do not have the budget, nor the projects to make it pay, nor the willingness to jump on the subscription train. Hence, I have to work with what there is and get the best out of it.
I'm wondering if there's a way to maintain layer information in sections/blocks generated through the BIM Sections/ sectionplanetoblock/ viewbase commands. I feel it would facilitate later 2D Work and give some more flexibility in adjusting linewheights etc. without having to adjust individual lines.
I've seen some of the older posts on the forum concerning this, but couldn't exactly figure out the perfect solution. Looking forward to your thoughts.