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Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 11:21:50 PM | "Phantom Levels"




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*We had a situation arise within a Revit drawing and still haven't figured it out.There are currently 9 visible levels in the model. When another level is added it defaults to level 14.

This may be attributed to the fact that there had been extra levels created (in addition to the nine in the model now) and then later deleted.  Is it possible that Revit keeps in the levels in memory anytime one is created regardless if  they are created Crying unlike as with Gridlines where you can overide the value anytime you want the Grids to re-sequence).What is happening in the project now is  when a Roof is sketched at the uppermost Level, the roof is created, but it appears almost 9' higher than it is set for in the Properties. This is occuring on other levels as well, with always the same offset from the Level that it sketched on.

Even when checking the created Roof's Properties, everything reads correct (ie: Base Constraint as well as Offset from Base is set to 0).When inserting walls and doors, they do go on the correct level. It appears that this elevation problem is only affecting roofs. 

Is there a way to purge out these "phantom" Levels?

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