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Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 5:32:01 PM | Revit 2009 - differentiating demolished line weights

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I have a demo plan where alot of different things are being demolished and I'd like to darken up some of the demo lines to graphically simplify the drawing.  I know I can override the demo line weight overall under the Phasing Graphic Overrides, but how can I just selectively adjust 1 or 2 model categories, like Floors or Doors?  Can this be done in Visibility/ Graphic Overrides per view?

Many thanks, Julie


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Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 5:37:40 PM | Revit 2009 - differentiating demolished line weights

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Can you post the drawing so we can see what you want to do?

 

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Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 5:46:48 PM | Revit 2009 - differentiating demolished line weights

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Here is a pdf of the drawing I'm working on for you to see the monotony of the current line weights.  I'd like to beef up the floor demolition lines to clarify the extent of the demolition for the various floor slabs.  Thanks.

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Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 6:01:26 PM | Revit 2009 - differentiating demolished line weights

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Hi Julie

Here's what I think you can do.

If you want to makes all demolished lines wider, go in settings -- Lines styles -- and modify the line weight of the "demolished" line type. All your demolished lines will go wider but they will be all the same.

If you want to make different lines, depending of the element demolishes, in settings - lines styles, you can create new demolished line type (demolished wide, demolished thin, etc.)

That you can use the Linework tool to modify lines one by ones.

Tell me if it answer you request.

 

Math.

 


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Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 6:05:35 PM | Revit 2009 - differentiating demolished line weights

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Here is a pdf of the drawing I'm working on for you to see the monotony of the current line weights.  I'd like to beef up the floor demolition lines to clarify the extent of the demolition for the various floor slabs.  Thanks.

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Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 6:22:11 PM | Revit 2009 - differentiating demolished line weights

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That is helpful - thanks!  I was hoping that I could do this by category, instead of line by line, but this will work, too.

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