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Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 1:55:26 PM | Arch Link and wall view ranges/visibility graphics

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This is about the 10th Revit Stucture Project I have done with my firm and I have the same problem everytime when linking in the Arch. Model. When linking in the arch model I always have the view set to "coordnation" in order to see all of the walls, but the walls do not look correct, corners are missing, CMU hatching isnt showing up where there is CMU walls, the view range is set to the host model to see my framing however parts of walls are missing and I need to be showing bearing walls below. Is this a problem with Overlay vs. attachment, do I set my linked view to none or the correct floor plan from the arch. link, or is this just simply a view range issue? I am at the point where I almost find it easier to re-model the entire project instead of linking in the arch. model. I am running out of options, please help.

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Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 2:20:46 PM | Arch Link and wall view ranges/visibility graphics

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I'm not sure if this would help but,

Can it be you have checked use hardware acceleration under graphics in your options?

If you have try unchecking, if you don't I don't have a clue.


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Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 3:06:47 PM | Arch Link and wall view ranges/visibility graphics

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it is unchecked, I think it might have to do with the view range, but if I make the range too low or too high, the framing will disappear.

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