The “Filter Command” in the application allows users to filter selected objects based on their entity types and stories. This command provides a way to selectively display or manipulate specific types of objects within the model.
Here is an explanation of how the “Filter Command” is typically used:
Select Objects: Begin by selecting the objects or elements that you want to filter. This can be done by clicking on the objects in the application’s view or by using a specific selection method provided by the application.
Access the “Filter” Command: Locate and activate the “Filter” command, which is often accessible through the toolbar, ribbon bar, or menu of the application.
Define Filtering Criteria: After executing the command, a dialog or options panel will appear, allowing you to specify the filtering criteria. This can include selecting specific entity types (e.g., walls, columns, doors) or filtering objects based on their association with stories or levels in the model.
Apply the Filter: Once the filtering criteria are defined, apply the filter to the selected objects. The application will then display or manipulate only the objects that match the specified criteria, hiding or excluding others from view or operation.
The “Filter Command” provides users with control over the visibility and manipulation of specific object types or objects associated with specific stories or levels within the model. It helps streamline the workflow by focusing on relevant elements and simplifying complex drawings or models.
By selecting objects and applying appropriate filtering criteria, users can efficiently work with specific object types or limit their scope to specific stories or levels, enhancing their productivity and ease of navigation within the application.