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Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 7:50:33 PM | Help Needed: Unsolved Linked file Question

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I have a topography revit file linked to the main host file : Revit 2012

Below here are a few screen shots in the file enclosed, that show my settings in different windows.

This file was prepared by another architect and I am suppose to finish it. I am boggled :-( as to how to get the topo lines to be visible in the site plan when they are visible in all other plans and sections.

I really appreciate your response and am hoping to get it solved in this forum.

Thankx

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Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 8:19:27 PM | Help Needed: Unsolved Linked file Question

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Your term "linked contour Revit file" is a little confusing.  You mean linked model site - correct - the contours are a result of the model, not drawn.  Saying "contours" indicates to mean you may be describing an imported 2D file. 

 

It is really easy to see if you have more than one topo.... I believe you do because some people don't understand graded regions.  Simply cross the corner of the topo and see how many you have.  If you have multiples, delet one and see what you have left.  Then you can decide if you need to switch which one you may want to delete if any.

 

You do know that your view cut is below your topo?  That is why the topo cross hatch shows from there on up.


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Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 9:32:29 PM | Help Needed: Unsolved Linked file Question

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Not sure what the problem is, but a trick I use when views get all messed up is to simply create a new plan view from scratch, copy aligned the annotations to new view and delete the old. 


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