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Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 5:57:56 PM | Linked Model - Losing only some doors from linked model

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I am using Revit MEP 2011 and am currently working on a project that is being shared with another company as well. Linked into my MEP file are the 2 architectural models and a structural model. My problem is with the linked in Architectural models there are 6 doors out of 13 that dont show up on my first floor plans. They all aren't the same type of door, and if I hover my mouse over the wall where the door frame is and press tab a couple times the door will show up to select it, which I can. It shows me all if its properties but wont let me unhide. I checked all of the visual graphics options that i could think of, along with the ones in the linked models. These doors do show up in the architectural models so it is a problem with my model. I have also checked cup planes and phases. I would appreciate any ideas because i have run out of them. I have a week to figure this out.

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Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 6:42:52 PM | Linked Model - Losing only some doors from linked model

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Does your view range cut these doors?

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Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 6:46:46 PM | Linked Model - Losing only some doors from linked model

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You said that you could tab to the door...all the things you have checked for would not allow you to tab to select the door.  View range as Hub said perhaps would if the depth was through the door but the cut was not.  If it is not that, there could be something off with the dicipline of the door.  There is something over the door hiding it...floor, ceiling, filled region, etc.   Perhaps because of the view range...you may change to wireframe and see if you can see the door then.

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Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 6:50:18 PM | Linked Model - Losing only some doors from linked model

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The view range starts at 0'0" and goes up to 14'3" to show the objects in the ceiling. There are still many doors that show up, and the floor is all at 1 level. i've adjusted the view range to cut at every foot from 0-14' and no change.


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Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 6:52:14 PM | Linked Model - Losing only some doors from linked model

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Wireframe worked!!! Thanks so much you're a life saver!

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