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Fuzor 1.5: How to use transparency and color override on any BIM object.  XML
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Vanessa

Kalloc Studios

Joined: 19/08/2014 00:25:41
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Color override has changed a bit since it was first introduced in Fuzor.

The visibility override option is in the Camera options menu.



Use the menu to find categories and families in separate link files. After finding a family or category, you can click on the painter's pallet icon to open its menu. You can lower the alpha on on that object. Lowering the transparency of an object all the way is much like hiding it, only its physics will still on.


Of course, you can also change the color of the object or category.


You do not need to use the color override menu if you have found the object in Fuzor. All you need is to click on an object, and in BIM box click "color/alpha override" icon. You will see options at the bottom of the BIM box. you can create a color override for that specific object or the whole family it belongs to. Adjust the slider labeled "Alpha" and change the color to combine the effects.



If you have the visibility override menu up while selecting objects in Fuzor, the object's family will automatically be selected in the menu. This is can be a quicker way of finding that object in the menu.

This message was edited 6 times. Last update was at 17/12/2014 22:48:35

 
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