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Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 3:51:00 PM | Topo hatch disappear under building pad

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Hi,

I'm using revit architectural 2012, and I'm experiancing an annoying problem, where if I'm viewing floor plan under another building pad, the earth hatch disappear under that pad. although the floor plan cutting plain is cutting into the earth under this pad

Another problem is when ever this situation happenes, the earth thick cut line showing in plan gets sent behind the earth hatch and I only see half the thickness of that cut line. this only happens when I have this hatch void created in plan view under the building pad.

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thanks a lot in advance.



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Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 10:43:47 PM | Topo hatch disappear under building pad

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Try turning off the Pad category.

 

That thick line looks like the Primary Contour line not a cut line.


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Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 6:49:13 PM | Topo hatch disappear under building pad

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Thanks for your reply, 

I tried to turn it off but nothing happens, 

The thick line in the second image is a cut line, it is thicker than the primary contour line, but this is not the problem, the problem is in the first image where the cut line doesn’t show up any more. if you look at the revit file and zoom on the cut line you can see that the hatch is on top of the line and you can only see half the thickness of the cut line.


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Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 5:31:50 AM | Topo hatch disappear under building pad

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I had a similar problem. For future refernce if anyone stumbles apon this thread. I found it was to do with the phase which I created the pad in. experiment how it effects your model, I ended up deleting it and remaking it in the correct phase. 


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Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 2:27:53 PM | Topo hatch disappear under building pad

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Could you please clarefy what you meen by bui;lding phase. could you provide quick steps to do that.

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