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Mon, Mar 3, 2008 at 11:49:38 PM | Masking Region Fill Region Problem

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Hi,

My problem is this:  In a plan view I have a Masking region with a Filled Region on top (the Masking Region and the Filled Region are different but overlap in some areas).  In the view and on the sheet on the computer screen everything looks the way I want it to, but when I print it, the masking region ends up blocking the fill.  I have double checked and made sure the masking region is sent to the back and the filled region is set to be the front in terms of order.  Does anyone know what's going on?  I saw a post here were someone said to just use a white filled region instead of a masking region.  Is there another solution?  By the way I am using Revit Arch. 2008.  Thanks in advance.

 

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Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 1:22:37 PM | Masking Region Fill Region Problem

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Hi

Personally so far, I have only used one or the other never both on top of each other. Everytime I've used Filled Region is "masks" everything else behind it. Mask region I use just to hide unwanted entities.

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Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 4:06:24 PM | Masking Region Fill Region Problem

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Thanks for responding.  I ended up eliminating the mask region and just using two filled regions, only one region is transparent and the other if opaque.  thanks again

 

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