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Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 8:37:33 PM | How do you poche new walls on floor plan??

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 How do I poche new walls on the floor plan so it's easily read as new walls?

 

Also doing demo plans and new floor plans does not seem very easy. Every time I use the hammer to specify demo, it shows up in the 3d views. Is this another draw back of revit?


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Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 9:00:56 PM | How do you poche new walls on floor plan??

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To the contrary, this is the power of Revit. What you do in one view happens in all views. Use your Help to learn more about demo, phases and its visibility graphics, you can control how the phasing affects the models appearance.


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Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 6:40:09 AM | is revit for real???

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is this forum for real?  Is revit for real?  I cant seem to get enough  good advise on this program..  All I get is someone  telling me to go to the help menu and look it up for my self.  What?

If i cant do it I dont know who can.   It's not like I'm a novice with this kind of software and I've been in the business of architecture for over 15 year...

Come on..

No more... read it yourself !


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Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 9:56:34 AM | BlueFairy

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Quoting BlueFairy from 2011-09-17 01:40:09

is this forum for real?  Is revit for real?

 

albert einstein said reality is merely an illusion..


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Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 10:09:04 AM | BlueFairy

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Quoting BlueFairy from 2011-09-16 15:37:33

How do I poche new walls on the floor plan so it's easily read as new walls?

 

detail level down on the view bar set to "fine" will show all the wall layers when the walls are cut in plan view..


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Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 2:16:50 PM | How do you poche new walls on floor plan??

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Did you try your HELP at all?  Absolute suggested you learn about phases: 

Phase Filters
 
 
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A phase filter is a rule that you apply to a view to control the display of elements based on their phase status: new, existing, demolished, or temporary.

And he also suggested you read abot demo:

Demolishing Elements
 
 
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Use the Demolish tool to mark elements as demolished in the current phase. If you demolish an element in one view, it is marked as demolished in all views that have the same phase.

 

Absolute was giving you good advice that you don't seem to want to take.  Start with the HELP and when you get a better understanding of some fundamentals, we can help you with more detailed questions.

I also suggest you look at:

Detail Level
 
 
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You can set the detail level for newly created views based on a view scale. View scales are organized under the detail level headings Coarse, Medium, or Fine. When you create a new view in your project and set its view scale, its detail level is automatically set according to the arrangement in the table.

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To modify a type property of a wall, you change the value of the corresponding parameter as described under Modifying Type Properties.

Graphics Coarse Scale Fill Pattern Sets a fill pattern for a wall in a coarse-scale view. See View Properties. Coarse Scale Fill Color Applies a color to the fill pattern for a wall in a coarse-scale view.

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Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 11:14:27 AM | How do you poche new walls on floor plan??

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For those who get brought here by google:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOi2HCMam5s&feature=youtu.be


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