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Mon, Dec 5, 2005 at 11:57:17 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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I am drawing up a housing complex which steps up the site in 200mm increments, resulting in 5 different levels in one block, only slightly offset. Which is the best way to create the building componenets - linked to separate levels, or offset from a single base level? The problem I am having with setting up differing levels for each, is that I wish to document the floor plan on a single sheet, but my annotation is spread over each of the views associated with the levels - difficult to combine seamlessly. C

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Tue, Dec 6, 2005 at 4:58:12 AM | RE: Floor levels slightly offset

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if they are the same building (or even if not) I will most definitly link it in, put them where ever you want and offset vertically. what I might do is, go to your visibility/graphics and turn off levels in your linked building, then just use the site levels for your 5 building and call them name that relate to your building number. i.e B-1 ground floor level, B-2 ground floor level... HTH

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Wed, Dec 7, 2005 at 1:08:49 AM | RE: Floor levels slightly offset

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Fixed for this block so far - have set up levels for individual floors, but am working only in floor plan that I want for documentation, thus all labels, grids, dimensions are working OK. Thanks

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Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 9:49:14 AM | different levels??

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i am designing an auditorium for a dance centre so i wanted help in creating different levels for the sitting please advice on how i can do this in the easiest possible manner which will perfectly show those levels on the section thanks

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Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 10:32:30 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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are you saying you want to set up a level for each row step? I would not go that way, maybe create a level for every tier and use your spot elevations for every step...

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Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 12:06:12 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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im have a large existing victorian building that has alot of variation across the first floor level. i know i can either creat seperate levels for each variant or give the components offsets.. when creating sections and elevations it is always going to be a pain sorting out levels. Has anyone worked on a similar project before. are there any lessons learnt? is there anyway to give a level that is just for modeling and not for anotation when creating sections and elevations?

 

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Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 12:20:08 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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Thnking about it perhaps I could put the levels on different worksets which will make it easier to turn off the ones i dont across views.


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Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 1:12:30 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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A level does not have to have an associated plan.  That is up to you.  In elevations, if the level bubble is blue, then that level has an associated plan, otherwise it is black.


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Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 3:13:29 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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Yeah i noticed this option when drawing the level. i tried both but when creating a section both types came through

is there anyway to tell revit not to show levels without associated plans in any sections or elevations (over the ones that do have associated plans) ? (without having to manually hide in each view?)


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Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 3:34:18 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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You could put those levels on a workset that is normally turned off.


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Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 4:23:46 PM | Floor levels slightly offset

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yep i mentioned that within my thread above.

 

Thats probably what I am going to do

 

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