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Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 4:02:19 PM | Painting walls across phases

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Working on a remodel project, phases have been utilized to show exisiting, demolition, and new construction phases. It appears that I am only able to paint walls/ masses that were built during the new construction phase. Is there anyway for me to paint exisiting walls without transferring them to the new construction phase? Thanks in advance


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Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 4:36:07 PM | Painting walls across phases

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Paint can't have its own phase so if you paint an existing wall it is essential a new wall (or thats how Revit Sees it). 


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Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 4:52:29 PM | Painting walls across phases

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thanks but that does not answer my question. any other ideas? thank you


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Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 5:36:08 PM | Painting walls across phases

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I don't know what your process is going to be so its hard to give you an exact answer. Wwhat is the point in painting your wall?  Are you going to schedule it?  You could create 2 walls one existing to be demo'd and one new right on top of it with your finishes and only schedule your paint on the new. You could also create a very thin new wall and place it next to the existing with your finish applied to it and join the existing and new walls.


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Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 6:36:57 PM | Painting walls across phases

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That is a great idea. I am trying to create different color variations to show a client, I successfully moved all of the walls into the same phase. And am now using design options to have different color combinations. Thank you for your help teafoe5 !


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