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Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 2:42:16 AM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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Hi guys, I'm doing this 7 townhouses project and when I create a perspective view lots of railings and other random objects/lines appear out of nowhere I have no idea why.

If I open my isometric 3D view there is absolutely nothing wrong or anything flying in the air...

Any idea what this might be?

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Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 11:43:57 AM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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I rarely see Revit do anything like this and I will bet it is not doing it now.  This is probably still user error. 

 

These are linked models?  If so, open them up, one at a time and look in 3D with no crop regions and everything all.  Also do the same in your base model. 

 

BTW - If these are linked models, in your VG view, turn off railings for one of the links at a time and you can find your problem quicker.


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Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 7:23:24 PM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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Phasing issue, is my bet. 

 

Your 3D view and your new cameras views probably have different phase filter settings.  Those railings exist -- they're not showing in your isometric 3D view, is all. 

 

Make sure your phase filter is set to "none."  Especially for working views...


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Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 3:29:33 AM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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I opened the linked units, changed Phase Filter to 'none', checked railings visibility, phasing, crops, etc., and absolutely nothing extra showed up in my 3D the way it is showing in the main one. (check pics attached)

The curious part is that if I click on one of the units the flying stuff disappear and appear back once I deselect them.

I'm still hoping this is an user error.  :-)



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Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 3:55:51 AM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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Ok, I ran some tests and noticed that if I start a new file, link all the models there I have no problems on my perspectives. (check pics)

Once I copy the standard unit once or more, the flying objects show up.

Any advice?



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Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 12:18:18 PM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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Beleve me, I am very sure this is user error.

 

"Once I copy the standard unit once or more, the flying objects show up." << What do you mean by this?  I thought you said the files are linked.  So what are you copying and why?


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Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 6:03:42 PM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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If your file isn't too big, I'll take a look at it, and try to figure out what's wrong with the visibility.  

 

Send it to matt(at)mrvarchitects(dot)com if you'd like. 

 

edit:  I see the problem.  You're selecting the entire unit, and copy/paste/moving/rotating it to the left.  You see how your 2nd unit, in your 2nd picture, doesn't have any railings or stairs on it?  Those are the floating objects.  They haven't remained with your building, and are floating in space. 

 

The method you're using to copy/paste the units doesn't seem to be working. 



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Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 11:14:26 PM | Random flying objects in perspective views

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Hi guys, thanks for the replies.

What I'm doing is, since I have 4 units that are exactly the same, I'm inserting one unit as a linked revit file and copying it 3 times inside the main file. That is making the objects show up. Is there another better way to do that keeping in mind that, once I edit one of them all the others are changed as well? Would grouping this typical unit in the linked file, copying the group still there and inserting it as one whole link with the 4 units be a better option?

Thanks again.


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