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Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 6:40:42 PM | lineweight templates for optimal appearance

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One problem I have with Revit is the lineweights always look very 'flat' in the generic templates.

I know that templates are a very office specific thing so I'm interested in what other people are using.

For example, slab edge lineweights, structural framing in plans, span direction annotations etc.

I'd like to create a template that solved the problem of "cheating" ie. modify> LW to over ride the 3d elemants. 

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Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 6:50:29 PM | lineweight templates for optimal appearance

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Set up Object Styles in your project template!


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Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 6:58:11 PM | lineweight templates for optimal appearance

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Thanks vw, i know how to do it, i'm more interested in what other people are doing. perhaps a screenshot of their settings?

The apperance of Revit drawings seems to vary alot from office to office whereas in Autocad  there's usually a standard lineweight system that doesn't vary much from office to office. I've thought about matching our current object styles to our autocad lineweight standards but as we all know it iosn't as simple as that.


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