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Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 8:13:59 PM | Existing Door: demolish door, keep frame

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We're using phasing on our project.  We've deciding to keep all the door frames but get replace the door slabs.   Any ideas on how to do this on our demo plans?  The door swing and door slab lines on plan are a specific linetype in the family.  So I thought I could "fake" the demolish phase and just change the linetype appearance using visibility graphics.  Doesn't work: the phasing graphics override the visibility graphic settings.  Any other ideas?


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