2D Floor Plans – Choose What is Shown on Your Floor Plans

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As a Pro Subscriber, you can choose what to show and hide each time you generate a floor plan. Do you want to show all furniture, just fixed appliances, or no furniture? What about room names or sizes? You choose what to show, or render, on a floor plan using Profile Settings.

How to Open 2D Floor Plan Profile Settings

2D Floor Plan Profile Settings can be found in your RoomSketcher Account on the web.

  1. Open Advanced Profile Settings.
  2. A series of tabs appears. Click the 2D Floor Plan tab.

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Overview – What You can Show or Hide

On the 2D Floor Plan tab, these options let you show or hide items and customize what is shown.

Tip! Remember to click Apply after you have made a change in the profile settings - if you leave the 2D Floor Plan tab without clicking Apply, any setting you changed will not be applied.


Show Furniture

Controls what kind of furniture will be included when you render 2D Floor Plans. You have 3 options:

  • All furniture – All furniture you have added in your RoomSketcher project will be included when you generate a 2D Floor Plan. Exception are small furniture like lamps or carpets. Those are never shown on 2D Floor Plans. 



  • Fixed installations – Only the fixed installation will be included when you generate 2D Floor Plans. Fixed installations include kitchen and bathroom furniture, as well as wardrobes and fireplaces.



  • No furniture – No furniture or fixed installations will be included when you generate 2D Floor Plans. Your floor plan will still include doors, windows and stairs.


Show Kitchen Wall Cabinets

This controls how your kitchen wall cabinets will be indicated in 2D Floor Plans. You have 6 options:

  • Dotted line complete – There will be a dotted line above your kitchen in 2D Floor Plans.



  • Dotted line cabinets – There will be a dotted line above your kitchen if you have added wall cabinets. There will be no dotted line if you have not added wall cabinets in your kitchen.



  • Solid line complete – There will be a solid line above your kitchen in 2D Floor Plans.



  • Solid line cabinets – There will be a solid line above your kitchen if you have added wall cabinets. There will not be a solid line if you have not added wall cabinets in your kitchen.



  • Individual cabinets – Each individual wall cabinet you add to your kitchen will be drawn separately, instead of one straight line over your entire kitchen.



  • No cabinet line – This means that there will never be a line indicating wall cabinets in your kitchen, whether you add wall cabinets or not.



Show Zone Names

Lets you choose whether or not you want zone (or room) names to be included on your 2D Floor Plan. If this option is checked, the zone names you have added (see Add and Move Room Names) will be included when you generate 2D Floor Plans.


Show Zone Sizes

Lets you choose whether or not you want zone (room) sizes to be included in your 2D Floor Plan. If this option is checked, the zone sizes you have specified (see Display the Area of a Room on Floor Plans) will be included when you render 2D Floor Plans.


Show Outside Measurements

Lets you choose whether or not outside measurements will be included on your 2D Floor Plans. If this option is checked, outside measurements will be included when you have added them by using the instructions in this article: Display Outside Wall Measurements on 2D Floor Plans.


Show Furniture Labels

Lets you choose whether or not furniture labels (for example, W/D on a washer/dryer) should be included on your 2D Floor Plans. If this option is checked, furniture labels will be included when you have added them in your project (see Add Labels on Furniture).

 

 

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