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1344 1344  
1345 1345  [[image:1584534025332-324.png]]
1346 1346  
1347 -= Display Modes =
1347 += {{id name="Display Modes"/}}Display Modes =
1348 1348  
1349 1349  Thanks to the graphic engine, the following display modes (//View// menu or //View// toolbar) are available:
1350 1350  
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1388 1388  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
1389 1389  Figure: The statuses of “Display Thickness”
1390 1390  
1391 -= Hiding Element =
1391 += {{id name="Hiding Element"/}}Hiding Element =
1392 1392  
1393 1393  |(% style="width:64px" %)[[image:1584537936986-554.png]]|(% style="width:1443px" %)The hide and show functions are merged in one command called //Hide/show objects//, which is available in the //View// menu/toolbar or by using [[image:1584537961539-667.png]] +[[image:1584537968455-837.png]] . To hide elements use the //Hide// tool for selecting them. The selected elements are displayed as transparent till closing the command and then they disappear on screen. Resuming the command, the transparent objects represent the previously hidden objects. Apply the //Show// tool to display hidden elements again by selecting them. Click //All (!)// to hide or show immediately (without any selection) every project elements depending on the //Hide// or the //Show// tool is the active.
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1408 1408  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
1409 1409  Figure: Show tool and box selection
1410 1410  
1411 -= Transparency =
1411 += {{id name="Transparency"/}}Transparency =
1412 1412  
1413 1413  |(% style="width:62px" %)[[image:1584537621968-254.png]]|(% style="width:1428px" %)Transparency can be set for all element types such as structural objects, drawing elements, loads, supports etc. Start the //Transparency// command from the //View// menu or //View// toolbar or with [[image:1584537640851-113.png]] +[[image:1584537646320-716.png]] . Set the transparency value in the //Set transparency// dialog and then select elements you would like to display as transparent.
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1437 1437  (% style="text-align: center;" %)
1438 1438  Figure: Transparency command combined with “Select type” selection
1439 1439  
1440 -= Axis =
1440 += {{id name="Axis"/}}Axis =
1441 1441  
1442 1442  //Axes// (Axis objects) have multifunction in FEM-Design. They can be used to find special points and to define different kind of planes:
1443 1443  
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1476 1476  1. The numbering of an axis or one direction of an axis-system can be modified with the [[image:1584534352090-284.png]] //Renumbering// tool. Define new (start) numbering value in //No/Letter// field, and then select the axis you would like to renumber.
1477 1477  1. Display settings of the axis symbols can be modified with the [[image:1584534345415-258.png]] //Properties// tool.
1478 1478  
1479 -= Storey =
1479 += {{id name="Storey"/}}Storey =
1480 1480  
1481 1481  //Stories// (Story objects) have multifunction in the [[image:1584534307330-961.png]]** **//3D Frame// and** **[[image:1584534315446-217.png]] //3D Structure// modules. They can be used to define different kind of planes:
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1537 1537  
1538 1538  [[image:1584536992365-610.png]]
1539 1539  
1540 -= Find =
1540 += {{id name="Find"/}}Find =
1541 1541  
1542 1542  “Find” can be used for finding structural and analytical elements with a given ID (A.1), some finite elements [[image:1584534397545-769.png]] , nodes [[image:1584534403377-203.png]] ,.blocks [[image:1584534408615-653.png]] , user defined filters [[image:1584534415549-709.png]] ., or global unique identifier (GUID) [[image:1584534422816-900.png]] .
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1547 1547  
1548 1548  You can scroll down all the members of the current type.
1549 1549  
1550 -= Reference plane =
1550 += {{id name="Reference plane"/}}Reference plane =
1551 1551  
1552 1552  Reference plane is an auxiliary object, which allows User to align elements to it.
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