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Tue, Dec 6, 2005 at 2:28:49 PM | View Range Odd Behavior

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I have a wood joist floor on the First Floor Plan (0'-0"Winking and a roof on the T.P. (9'-0"Winking. When I go to the Second Floor Plan View (12'-6"Winking I can see the wood floor below but I can't see the roof which lies above it. If I set the View Depth Level to unlimited the roof shows up fine but that still doesn't explain why the wood joist floor shows and the Roof doesn't when the View Depth Level is set to Associated Level (2nd Floor Plan). I've attached the file. Maybe I just don't fully understand View Range Settings.

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Tue, Dec 6, 2005 at 7:25:59 PM | RE: View Range Odd Behavior

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Do you have any plan regions by any chance? if you do they tend to screw up views sometimes... happened to me on a job before, try getting rid of the plan regions and see how it looks, if not try to duplicate the view and play with view depth and cut plane...

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Wed, Dec 7, 2005 at 3:40:59 PM | RE: View Range Odd Behavior

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Yes it was two of my plan regions that was causing the problem. I played around with the view range settings in the different Plan Regions. Apparently if you use UNLIMITED for the view depth of the plan regions then it screws up the entire view. I'm guessing that this is a bug in Revit that hasn't been resolved yet.

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Wed, Dec 7, 2005 at 5:26:55 PM | RE: View Range Odd Behavior

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I think it is a bug, drove me crazy till i figured it out Smile

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