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Furniture levels

Hi,
first of all, thank you for this excellent software!

I have a question about the furniture's levels: I created a model of my house, 3 levels, and added some furniture. Later, I wanted to make a print without the furniture, so, since I couldn't find a way to hide all the furniture at once, I created a single group with all the furniture and changed its visibility. Later, when I "ungrouped" all the furniture, I noticed that all of it was now bounded to the ground floor with adjusted elevation (for example, the roof was bound to the ground floor, with 8m elevation), thus, changing the level in the houseplant panel, didn't show/hide the furniture, instead it was all shown when the ground floor was selected.
Is there a way to restore the previous furniture-level bindings?

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Re: Furniture levels

Unfortunately, there's no direct way to restore the elevations set before you grouped objects, but you could use the Furniture > Elevate menu item proposed in Advanced editing plug-in to help you change back elevation faster.

Note that you should have proceeded differently in the first place to hide objects: you could have selected all the objects you wanted to hide then choose Furniture > Modify menu item to change their visibility at once. You could also create levels at the same elevation as existing ones where you would cut / paste furniture you want to hide, then make the levels with furniture not viewable while you print.
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Re: Furniture levels

Thank you very much for the answer, Emmanuel.
I didn't notice that it was possible to hide all the furniture just by the Modify menu. Next time I'll do that.
Yes, using the Advanced editing plugin helped me in restoring the right elevation, thanks!
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