The cut pattern needs to be visible because it shows where a wall is ontop of a floor. The lines should only show walls below a floor. So:
We make structural plan views with concrete floors.
The important thing to see in these views is whats happening below the floor, so where are wall openings directly below floors etc. but you also need to see what’s happening above the floor (because a wall above a wall opening on a floor is a line load)
To do this we hide all walls that are on a floor in this view, and use an overlay view that only shows the walls above the floor. Next, i use the lineworks tool to set all lines in the overlay view to invisible.
And this is the desired result:
This way, you know that at A there is a wall opening directly below the floor and a wall standing on top of this floor and therefor you have a line load.
At B there is a wall directly under the floor and on top of the floor, so you dont have a line load in this case.
If is dont set the lines to invisible in the overlay view, the projection lines in my original view are less pronounced since there is a line drawn over it.
To clarify a cross section of this particular view.