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Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 8:15:40 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Hi,

 For some reason the 3D view shows some linework which should be hidden when using the shading with edges and hidden line graphics style. Also, since this has happened the model will not render correctly. This is the second file that I have had this problem with but I can't identify a common cause. The picture shows the problem and a rendering of the same view. (The render settings are correct as it was rendering fine before)

 

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ps I am using the 2009 student version



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Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 9:19:04 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Hi, this is a Revit Problem, this issue was discuss several times here in the Forum, What kind of graphics card do you use? NVIDIA??? delete that 3d view and create a new one, that solve the problem, check also the OPENGL in "Settings-Options-Graphics" turn OFF the OPENGL, EXIT Revit and start again...

 


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Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 9:34:06 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Hi Typhoon

Thanks for your help, it worked first time. Sorry if this is a common question, its just I couldn't find anything in a search.

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Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 9:47:16 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Hi, you don't awnser my question, What kind of graphics card do you use? NVIDIA???

 


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Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 9:53:31 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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No its an ATI Radeon HD 3650

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Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 9:56:18 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Hi again, i thought it's a NVIDIA because in 90% of this issue the people use NVIDIA, at my office i have a Nvidia Fx and also i had this problem, in home i have a ATI RADEON X1600 512MB and until now i NEVER had this problem...

 


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Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 2:10:01 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Hello All,

 I also have an ATI Radeon HD 5700 video card. Turning off and on Graphics Acceleration does not make any difference. (I heard that could be an answer also).

Are there any other solutions for this problem? In the attached image you can see, at the garage in example, a lot off stuff "shines through". Zooming in will make this better, but off-course we don't need close-ups only....

Thanks in advance!

Jeroen



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Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 5:51:59 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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if you have objects in the same plane you'll get artifacting like any 3d program.  This is normal.  The previously discussed issue was a weird wireframe/shaded issue that has been fixed.

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Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 7:16:10 AM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Hey Lunchtrayrider,

Ok, but I created this like this: (see attachement). There's no simple solution for this? We're afraid some customers might think in case of gutters they get something else as what they paid for.

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Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 8:43:43 AM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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I'm guessing that your previous image is a screen shot.  A plot should be accurate.  It is just a typical 3d program artifact problem.  Common in Opengl.

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Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 9:16:23 AM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Yes,

these are screenshots. Would not be a problem normally, but when we plot the drawings, it remains like this...So should not be a video-card problem?

Maybe we've got some seetings wrong? 10 Revit licenses over here, all the same results.


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Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 4:33:47 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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and your sure the roof that covers the beams is actually there in 3d?

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Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 10:10:34 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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Yes, absolutely sure. I'm not at the office right now, but tha day after tomorrow I can post some more screenshots maybe? If that's useful?

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Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 10:42:28 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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I can show you a screen shot where my current project does the same thing that you've got going on.  I'm not sure how productive that is though.  Structural bar joists show right through a 4" thick roof until you zoom in.

 

Can you describe your print process where you get the issue to acutally print?  I'll try it with mine and see if I get the same result.


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Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 5:01:33 PM | Lines aren't hidden in 3D view

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ANY ANSWERS FOUND ON THIS THREAD? (Sorry for Caps)


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