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Fri, May 2, 2014 at 6:55:51 PM | Hide Isolate

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Is there a way after hide isolating a view you want to remain AS IS forever and a day, regardless if new elements where added to the model. Like if i hide isolate all of a chilled water run, make a pdf and send it off i want it to stay that way until i make intentional revisions to it, but if i go into another view and draw some more pipe at a later time and date, in lets say a sanitary run, it will appear in my hide/isolated view, because it wasn't hidden when i hide/isolated. so basically i'm asking if there is a way to "lock" a view to keep it the way i originally had it when i first hide/isolated?


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Fri, May 2, 2014 at 7:17:17 PM | Hide Isolate

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Short answer - No.

You can place elements in a workset that is only shown in certain views.

You can use design options that show only one option at a time.

You can save a revit file in a hidden place ... of course that is kind of worthless.

 

One must ask why do you want this?  You have a PDF that is a locked view already.


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Fri, May 2, 2014 at 7:34:08 PM | Hide Isolate

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reason being is, if we get a eqiupment change from something we are using to something we HAVE to use we need to go back in the file and make changes to the model, and we are a design build company, that is literally 98% design, and already 20% biult. lol. nature of the beast. changes happen.


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