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Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 1:18:19 PM | Wall Curtains and Rendering view as solid instead of Glazing 2012 version

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EternalblastRemake


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Hello;

I have used REvit since 2007, but this week was my first try on the 2012 version. I am having issues with rendering an image and havin all my wall curtains to show as solid walls (light blue) instead of transparent. I am using the render dialog box at the bottom of the screen (Is there any other one). What is happening.

This is also happening with some textures I have used for roofing, Spanis tiles are looking like a big block with some speckles of terracota, nothing realistc as I was used to.

What am I doing wrong?

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Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 2:34:21 PM | Wall Curtains and Rendering view as solid instead of Glazing 2012 version

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Check the material on those "Curtain Walls", maybe you have something than "Glass" on that....

- "I am using the render dialog box at the bottom of the screen (Is there any other one)" - No, it's the same...

- "This is also happening with some textures I have used for roofing, Spanis tiles are looking like a big block with some speckles of terracota, nothing realistc as I was used to" - Edit that material and change the "Scale"


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Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 11:29:56 PM | Wall Curtains and Rendering view as solid instead of Glazing 2012 version

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If you are using any type of phasing in your project, you will want to check to make sure that the phase filter at the bottom of the properties window is set to "Complete."


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Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 4:18:34 PM | Wall Curtains and Rendering view as solid instead of Glazing 2012 version

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Thank you for this thread.  I don't really understand why you have to change it to complete, seems a bit odd, but it worked!  I looked all over the place and couldn't find an answer anywhere so thanks for the thread.


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Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 7:28:32 PM | Wall Curtains and Rendering view as solid instead of Glazing 2012 version

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Phase filters override properties in the model eg demo phase filter may show hatched transparent red walls and windows to indicate demolished work. The materil is no longer controlled by category in that view.


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