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Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 6:02:16 PM | Graphic overrides (phasing) for 3D views

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I have a renovation project and have changed the graphic override pattern for the New phase (under the phasing tab) to read as grey. Now when I view the model in 3D it shows all of the new walls as grey instead of displaying the materials of each wall (glass, wood, GWB etc.). I have played around with my graphic display options for the 3D view but this does not seem to be the problem. Any ideas?


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Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 6:20:13 PM | Graphic overrides (phasing) for 3D views

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How do you want it to show because you don't say? 

I am going to assume you want it to show complete and not phased - correct?  Remember, you have two settings in a view.  What phase you are in and what phase filter to use.  Typically, if set lost most people, you would set these to New and Show Complete.  But I am only guessing because you have not told us very much.


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Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 7:14:03 PM | Graphic overrides (phasing) for 3D views

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Yes sorry, in plan both view and 3D view I have the phases set to New and Show Complete. In plan view, I want the new walls to show as grey. In 3D view, I want the new walls (as well as the existing walls) to show their materials ie: I want the new walls/floors to display as GWB and glass, not as solid grey which is how they are displaying now. 


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Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 7:19:41 PM | Graphic overrides (phasing) for 3D views

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Then you have your phase filters set wrong.  Your phasing should be set something like I've attached.  Show complete would show proper materials no matter what phase the object was created in.



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Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 7:25:42 PM | Graphic overrides (phasing) for 3D views

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That's what I thought. I fixed it by going into Material in the Graphic Overrides tab and selecting "No Material". Not sure why that happened but it works now!


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