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Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 2:14:52 PM | Halftone setting in Visibilty Graphics

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Does anyone know how to overide the halftone setting in Visibility Graphics?  I'm working in a Revit 2009 file that has CAD files linked.  For our print, we're checking halftone in the link's visibility options, so that existing walls are displayed gray and new walls are displayed black.  However, when we print, the halftone walls come out VERY light... almost non-existant (more like 1/4 tone).  I'm wondering if there are project settings for this that I can edit?  Help!

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Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 2:29:42 PM | Halftone setting in Visibilty Graphics

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We too wish we could control "halftone" but you cannot.  We worked with our printer to make it print better.

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Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 5:04:36 PM | Halftone setting in Visibilty Graphics

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Thanks... I think I'm just going to mess with the printer setting, and if that doesn't work, go through and change each layer to a dark gray.  Pain in the..., but it's got to be done!


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Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 12:59:26 PM | Halftone setting in Visibilty Graphics

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If you could adjust the halftone settings, then it couldn't be called HALFtone anymore could it?  So sorry but the answer is no.  You can adjust the settings of existing phases and instead of halftoning something, you can call it existing, depending on if it's a 3d element or not.  I hope this helps some


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Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 1:20:45 PM | Halftone setting in Visibilty Graphics

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You can also use the object styles, to correct the Color and width of the imported autocad lines....In the imported objects, imports in families, you should find the file layers... 

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Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 9:48:08 AM | Halftone setting in Visibilty Graphics

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In 2011 - Manage - Additional Settings - Halftone/Underlay - move the slider over from 50 to 75 or whatever works.


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