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Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 6:41:06 PM | Stair visibility issue

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I am struggling with a problem with stair visibility. Currently drawing a 3-storey building with basement. I'm using three different stairs to span each level (except the 3rd, no roof access) because the elevation displacement isn't a constant. Problem is when in plan view  of lvl 2, I only see the stair going up to lvl 3 and not the one coming up from lvl 1. There is no such problem in plan view of lvl 1, as visible in the attachments. VG and visual range checked (same settings as those of lvl 1 which seem to work there) and there is no slab to obstruct the visibility (it's properly cut). Any idea what might be wrong?



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Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 6:41:54 PM | Stair visibility issue

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Also, I am using Revit Architecture 2013.


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Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 9:19:19 PM | Stair visibility issue

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Ok, for the record (if anyone ever stumbles upon this thread), I did not find a way to resolve the problem. Because it resolved itself somehow. The only thing I did was redraw the stair from lvl 1 to lvl 2 (the one that was not visible). I did this more out of sheer desperation than any realistic expectation that it would help things. But it did.

Actually, I did have a semi-rational reason to do that. In the lvl 1 plan view I had used the linework tool to edit those lines of the lvl 1-->2 stair that were above the cut plane and I didn't want visible. Obviously, they correspond to that part of the stair I needed to be visible in the lvl 2 plan view. So, although I was aware that what I had done in lvl 1 was just that, linework, which was relevant only to that level and didn't carry the sense of erasing risers out of the stair, I thought: what if I messed up something by doing that linework. So I redrew the stair and it looks just like I want it to now, regardless of my repeating the linework exercise to get the lvl 1 view to look properly.

So, all in all, no sober reason why this could have helped, I just thought it was important to mention it all the same, just so it's clear the problem didn't really fix itself out of nowhere.



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