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Mon, May 19, 2008 at 3:10:20 PM | PHASING

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HI

i am trying to use Phasing on a project. i have two callouts, one for New construction and another for Existing i have placed all the elements on the relevent phasing filters, but i wish to retain the same object styles for both callouts. where can i find these object styles for the all the elements. i.e same line type and weight for new and existing, maintaining my office standards.

Also have any of you worked using the delomish command ! have you any advice is using these commands.

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Tue, May 20, 2008 at 5:24:20 PM | PHASING

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If you are using the phase options, ALWAYS always always have a seperate view for each phase (in the view properties, at the very bottom).  This will allow you to see, for instance, that item you accidentally demolished int he New Construction view by going to the existing view.  Which brings me to the cemolish tool.  I have used the demolish tool extisively in the past and would recommend you be sure you draw everything that is existing in a view that is assigned to the "Existing" phase.  This will allow you to demolish things from a view in the "New Construction" phase (makes sense right?  that's how it's done in real life!)

 

As far as setting the view settings for the different phases, try the Settings>Phases... dialogue.  Explore the Graphic overrides tab to see if that's what you are looking for.

 

Best of luck! 

 

also.. sorry your team drew last week.  better luck tomorrow Winking



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Tue, May 20, 2008 at 6:57:25 PM | PHASING

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cheers mate after a few hours of plouging through it, i managed to work it out.

oh yeah big day tomorrow !! should be good


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