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Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 9:44:34 PM | Gaps between Subregions

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Hi,

I am new to RevitCity and I apologise if this question was answered here, but I cannot find any sufficient answer to this. I am drawing subregions in topography.I know that the lines cannot overlap or be on top of each other to create subregions next to each other.

1. how will I get rid of this ugly gaps between subregions (see the picture)

2. when i start drawing second subregion (close to the first one), I cannot see the lines of the first one, which I am trying to avoid overlap, so I am just guessing where I drew it approximately. (too many lines for topography and CAD site plan linked to revit, so I cannot see subregion lines maybe or does it really disappear while sketching second subregion?)

I would be greateful for any help. Thank you.

 

Thank you

 

Petra



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Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 12:26:50 PM | Gaps between Subregions

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You are not completely correct about the lines not overlapping.   I use the same process here as I do with pads when I have two side by side.  Edit the sketch of your first region and pick the lines that will form part of your adjacent region.  Copy those to clipboard and finish the sketch.  Now start your next region and paste aligned same place.  Add the rest of the linework and finish your sketch.


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Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 4:08:36 PM | Gaps between Subregions

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Thanks for your reply. I will try to do it this way. Smile


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