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Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 5:05:10 PM | Level Split

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Does anyone know if you are able to "split" level lines in elevation views?  Similarly to the way you can split a section view so that the lables end up on the ends of my elevation but not through my entire picture?

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Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 11:52:19 PM | Level Split

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I have the same problem. I don't want to show the level lines thru the entire elevation but rather to gap the center part and just show the both ends.

Just like you would gap the section lines.

it would be nice if this feature is available


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Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 11:58:16 PM | Level Split

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Negatory, I was going to suggest the lineworking tool, but it wouldn't work with the levels, so your best workaround is to use 2D extents on your levels, to the point where you want it to gap, and then use a linetype (make one under linetypes to be the same as a grid line) to draw a detail line where you want it to resume... THEN align that line to the level and lock it.  Next best thing...

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Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 12:35:56 AM | Level Split

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Thanks your answering so fast. 


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Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 10:02:28 PM | Level Split

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Here's a step-by-step to my work around.

1. Adjust the level that you need to split so that it shows correctly on one side of your view.

2. Duplicate the view and adjust visibility so that the level shows correctly on the opposite side of the view and adjust the Crop Region so that it only shows a small portion of the model. (this will be made quicker if you're using view templates)

3. Place that view over the existing view on the sheet (Revit will auto-align the views so you shouldn't see any overlap).

I name the second view the same as the first and add a number or letter after to keep them together in my browser (BUILDING SECTION C and BUILDING SECTION Ca. Hopefully, Autodesk will change this in the near future... See Attached PDF's for visual explanation.



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Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 10:04:31 PM | Level Split

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That's a nice out of the box solution.  Thanks for posting.


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