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Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 6:29:36 PM | Single Family displaying w/ multiple graphics

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I am having an issue with families reading right. In particular having the same family, in the same view with the same phasing to all read the same. As shown in the attached pdf, the set of sprinklers on the right are part of the same family as the ones on the left. They have the same phasing, and I would like them to read the same. But for some reason they are coming in noticably darker. Any ideas how I can fix this without having to replace them all?



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Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 8:35:26 AM | Single Family displaying w/ multiple graphics

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The first thought that comes to mind is whether the "darker" ones have any Overrides applied to them.

Ie. Right-Click-on-Element > Override Graphics in View > By Element

 

If this isn't the case, then another possibility I can think of is that the "darker" sprinklers are set at the wrong level. Ie if they are supposed to be at Gnd Level, but they may have been added in at Floor Level.

 

In saying this, the View Cut may be cutting through them and that's why they are appearing darker.

 

I hope this helps.


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Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 11:59:39 AM | Single Family displaying w/ multiple graphics

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Level would not do anything. 

 

As raja says, something has been done with these elements. 

A possibility - Are these lighter elements actually in this view? ... or are they in another view used as an underlay.


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Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 5:35:42 PM | Single Family displaying w/ multiple graphics

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Thanks raja15. The Override Graphics work. Though I'm still slightly baffled because they were all set to the same Overrides to begin with. But its fixed, and that's what counts. Thanks again!


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