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Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 9:48:32 PM | Hidding

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Is there a faster method to hide objects on multiple views?, I mean faster than hidding and object (sections in my case) on every single view on a project...


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Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 12:18:57 AM | Hidding

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Put the object on a new workset and uponcreation of that workset check where it says to default the workset to be turned off in all views.  Use the workset to control which views it should be showing it will default not to show in any view at the beginning. 

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Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 12:32:26 AM | Hidding

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The other option is to create a filter but you will need to add that filter within all your views.  We did this with our section tags so we could control which views they appear and dont.  The hard part was assigning the view templates with the filters and applying them in our template but once it was done bam we have absolute control over which sections show and on what views.

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Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 7:18:05 PM | Hidding

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Thanks quinn, I think the actual tools need to be improved in the future. I did all the task i was working on manually. 


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Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 10:55:22 PM | Hidding

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Real quick, are you trying to hide objects, or sections?  The fastest way to get rid of a category, is to turn it of via view templates.  If you are trying to hide some, but not all of a category, then consider remaking the family, give it a subcategory (i.e.- named "I no see you"), then using your view template, or even visibility graphic overrides, turn off the previously created subcategory.  They will all go away.

IF you are hiding sections themselves, then consider 3 options: 1st is that there is a check box which will automatically hide all unreferenced sections/views, etc. (in other words, if it isn't on a sheet, then it will be hidden).  There is also the ability to hide at scales coarser than... this tool allows you to prevent your section/elevation from appearing in coarser scales, and finally, any section/elevation that you don't want to see, just change their discipline, and they will automatically disappear!

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Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 7:40:15 PM | Hidding

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Actually I did exactly what you said at first paragraph, I classified all my sections by duplicating families like "general sections", "basement sections" or "detail sections". That way I am able to select all instances in view or in project and turn them off at once. That is really useful. 

The coarser scale is a cool way too.

I´ll check the method of changing discipline of objects and see how does it works. 

Thanks a lot. 


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