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Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 1:30:53 AM | 3D DWG as a Mass - Visibility Problem

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Hi,I was asked to import a 3d dwg into revit. I successfully managed it to cut it like a revit object in sections/views as importing it in a mass. But it doesn't show up in plans. When i reveal hidden objects, it can be seen somehow.Any idea?PS. Masses are on in view settings. ***SOLVED***View Settings - Imported Categories - Check the associated dwg



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