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Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 4:21:42 PM | problems with wall display.

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NancyHKA


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I'm having a tricky problem.  There is a wall in our project (it's an eliptical wall, so it's drawn as a wall by face that is assigned to a mass) that displays as cut in most of the floor plan views.  Additionally, it has some holes cut into it (with a custom in-place void) that display as openings in the wall where the wall is cut.  Here's the problem: in the floor plan view, the wall displays as cut and looks fine.  In the life safety plan, whose view range settings are an exact copy of the floor plan's, the wall displays as if seen from above.  No cut lines, and you can't see the openings.  Any ideas what is causing this? 

 revit version is 2010.  I can post screenshots if you need them.  thanks guys! 


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Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 4:24:16 PM | problems with wall display.

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dont you have some underlay view there ?????

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Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 4:27:19 PM | problems with wall display.

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Nevermind, figured it out.  Apparently changing the cut plane height from 4' to 4' 6" fixed the problem?  Still confused, as the wall itself (and the opening) is way taller than 4' 6".  It's a revit mystery. 

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Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 4:29:13 PM | problems with wall display.

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Wait, other way around.  Changed the cut plane height in the offending view from 4' 6" to 4' 0", and problem was fixed.  Even though both the wall and the opening should be cut at both those heights.  Bizarre. 

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