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Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 4:17:41 PM | How to not have elevation line crossing the model? (level heads on both sides)

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I like having elevation marks on both sides of an elevation drawing. However, I don't want the elevation line crossing the model. Is there a way to have the elevation line extend only to the edge of the building? Please let me know if my question is confusing. I'm new to Revit. I might not be describing what I want properly. 

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Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 12:31:10 PM | How to not have elevation line crossing the model? (level heads on both sides)

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Please explain - an image would help.


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Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 12:35:00 PM | How to not have elevation line crossing the model? (level heads on both sides)

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You cannot have for example First Floor El.100'-0" to show on both sides of the building without the line showing through the entire building.  If you want the line to stop at the building edge you need to pick one side or the other to have the Elevation marker show on.


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Mon, May 27, 2013 at 4:38:20 PM | How to not have level line crossing the model? (level heads on both sides)

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Thank you, teafoe5. I am very surprised. I thought it should be simple enough, but I just couldn't find a way. Is it really impossible to have level heads on both sides of an elevation without the line crossing the entire model? The section marker on plan can do that, why not level line? 


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Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 6:37:02 AM | How to not have elevation line crossing the model? (level heads on both sides)

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Hi,

 

Probably a bit late for you, but you could simply change the colour of the Level Head property to "white",

you may need to adjust the RGB values of the colour "White" to something like 252,252,252 instead of 255,255,255

depending on your printer setting for the lines not to print.

 

Hope this helps.


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