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Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 3:45:38 PM | Toggle cut and projection lines

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Hi, I seem to be having a problem with my sections' cut and projection lines. On the screen it all looks good; the cut lines show as thick black lines, but when printing the grey projection lines (set the background to be grey in VG) print in front of the cut lines making them disappear (greying them out). Why is this and is there a way of controlling it? Kinda stupid if it's not; -why would one want a wall that's behind to interfere with the section line...please make it print black.

 

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Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 9:54:57 PM | Toggle cut and projection lines

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post pictures of what you changed in your VG and then show your section printed to pdf if possible.



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Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 10:41:41 PM | Toggle cut and projection lines

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Have you got an underlay on?


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Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 10:51:15 AM | Toggle cut and projection lines

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I have been having this exact same problem. As the problem only appears once I open the print preview and not within the model, I think it may be a print setting issue but I could be wrong.

I have attached a jpeg showing an example.

The elevation of the door has overidden to a half tone but even though it is a projection it appears to take presidence to wall which has been cut. I have tried different methods to achieve this effect (instead of using halftone, simply changing the line colour etc) but all have been unsuccessful.

Any help would be great. Ultimately I need my cut elements to stand out more from my projected elements, giving my sections better clarity.

Thanks in advance.

P

 

 



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Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 12:57:56 PM | Toggle cut and projection lines

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It took awhile for me to understand your question.  You are talking about the right side of the door which shares a line location with the adjacent wall.  This is a problem in Revit when you have two lines in the same place.  I suggest you use your linework tool on the door line.


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