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Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 7:52:15 PM | Future Phase

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jbaysinger


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Hello there, I am using Revit Arch . 09 and I came across a problem.  I have a bunch of walls phased in the order they are going to be built. In a 3d view, is there a way I can see the current phase (New, the phase that is being built) as by category, the last phase and the future phase in gray?  In the phase filters, the only way I can get this close is to use the Show Previous + New Filter, but that only shows me just that, the current phase in by category and the previous in overriden or gray.  I need to also see the future phase in grey along with the previous.  Any ideas? Thanks ahead of time.

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Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 8:40:34 PM | Future Phase

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 I am still in 2008, but to control phase graphics in all views go to:

Settings >>Phases>>Graphic Overrides

 

 


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Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 8:49:14 PM | Future Phase

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Yes, I know, but there are only 4 choices there, there is nothing to actually see the phase before new? Thanks

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Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 9:38:06 PM | Future Phase

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maybe i'm not clear on what you need to do. But do you know that you can add phases and phase filters under the same dialogue box?

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Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 2:34:01 AM | Future Phase

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I don't think this is possible as the options available are New, Existing, Demo and Temporary... not Future.

 

You could try and do a view filter workaround.  It won't be pretty and you'll need to use a schedule and a new project parameter. 

Go the New Construction or Future phase.

Change the phase filter to show all phases (with halftone etc)

Add a view filter that picks up the parameter you have added (Future grouped under other in screenshots).  I've made mine blue.

 

Problem with my example is that all "Future" isn't a phase.  I had to do this to show the 4 default states (minus Temp).  If you don't want to use Demo from Existing then this will work.  To add the "Future" parameter to all your walls simply create a schedule with the walls shown in future phase.

 

Good Luck!



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Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 7:18:29 PM | Future Phase

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mtyp, this is great - I had exact same issue and your sollution with the project parameter and a view filter worked like a charm. thanks!

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