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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 4:28:10 AM | Why Roof Cutplanes are visible in RAC 2008 and Why not in Revit Building 9

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Hello, I m just a beginner in RAC 2008 and asking this: - I have drawn a Roof in RAC 2008 using Roof By footprint. The Roof Cut Planes are visible in the Plan Level, in which Roof is drawn. But in Revit Building 9 (Prior Version of RAC 200 the Roof Cut Palnes are not visible in the Plan level in which Roof is drawn. So my question is that: - By Default, What is method to make the roof invisible in the Plan Level in RAC 2008 Like in Revit Building 9 (but by not using any Hide command). Please answer.

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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 9:00:54 AM | Why Roof Cutplanes are visible in RAC 2008 and Why not in Revit Building 9

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Hi, in plan view go to VP, then "View Range-Edit" and change "Top and Cut plane"...

 


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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 3:12:37 PM | Why Roof Cutplanes are visible in RAC 2008 and Why not in Revit Building 9

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ThanksWell I have another query: -I have drawm three Levels 1, 2 and 3I drawn a Roof in 3rd Level. Problem is that the walls drawn in 2nd Level r visible in 3rd Level, How this can b possible? I checked and ensure that No Underlay Level is specified for 3rd Level. But When I Switch the Wall OFF in 3rd Floor using "Graphics Override" then the walls drawn in 2nd Floor go off in 3rd Level? how this can be happened.

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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 3:29:26 PM | Why Roof Cutplanes are visible in RAC 2008 and Why not in Revit Building 9

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Hi, in the 3rd level go VP "View Range-Edit" and change "View Depth" to 0.0 in offset and in the left buttom pick and choose "Associated Level 3rd"...

 


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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 3:34:18 PM | Why Roof Cutplanes are visible in RAC 2008 and Why not in Revit Building 9

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Hello, But the same parameters r already set but the Walls drawn in 2nd Level r stll visible in 3rd Level.

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