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Wed, Sep 28, 2005 at 2:39:29 PM | parking bays on sloping site

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Have set up a site using toposurface/subregions etc which is based on a 3d survey complete with all sloping levels etc. Now, I have come to put parking bays on the model. However these will only align on z axis at 0 degrees meaning they will not follow slope of site and are up in the air at one end. Does anyone have either parking bay family that can be sloped to toposurface or a simple solution. This is for the perspective displays. The only way I have found so far is to put in each parking bay seperate (currently using 6 bay parking and setting number to suit) which at over 400 spaces is going to be a lengthy process. Drawing lines will not work unless I set up a work plane for each and every line which would be a royal pain in the butt.

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Wed, Sep 28, 2005 at 3:54:42 PM | RE: parking bays on sloping site

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I have run into this major problem. There is no official "Revit" solution for the parking stripe family. My wish is that the family would attach itself to its "host" --being the topo surface and/or sub region, at each end--not just one end. In a pinch what I have done is make "parking stripe sized subregions" and then paint them yellow. Lots of work, but it worked for the perspective . Please post this as a major Wishlist item on AUGI Revit Forum--the more Autodesk hears from us the more likely they will fix problems in future releases. Another major one is sloping concrete curbs--same thing the come in "flat"--no good way to model with sloping topo. Cheers.... Cliff Collins Aedis, Inc. Architects

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Thu, Sep 29, 2005 at 2:08:43 PM | RE: parking bays on sloping site

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Thanks Cliff Looks like I am here for the duration to sub region 300 parking spaces in stripe lines. Ah well, the end result will soften the blow.

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