This article will cover the various view settings inside of Verity. There are two main sections of view settings: Item Visibility and Opacity. This section of the Verity menu is located on the left hand side of the screen.
The visibility check boxes control what elements are shown in the 3D View. Checking these boxes will make the element visible while un-checking these boxes will hide the element from view.
As-Designed Model: The magenta element is the design element as imported by you, the user.
AD Neighbor: The design elements directly near the selected element.
As-Built Model: The cyan element is a copy of the design element, except, best-fit to the point cloud.
AB Neighbors: As-built elements directly near the selected element.
Points: The point cloud data surrounding the selected element.
The opacity controls the transparency of the items in the 3D View. The values are between 0 (completely see through) and 100 (completely solid) in increments of 10.
Designed: Controls the transparency of the As-Designed element.
As-Built: Controls the transparency of the As-Built element.
Points: Controls the transparency of the points surrounding the element.
Neighbors: Controls the transparency of the neighboring elements in the item view.