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Wed, Mar 29, 2006 at 5:09:29 PM | ::--:: Roof Plan in Wireframe ::--::

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hey guys... it's been several years since I've been here on the boards, but I came across a problem I just can't solve. for whatever reason, my roof plan will not hide it's lines - essentially, it is displaying in "wireframe", but all icons and view-properties show as "hidden line". Is there some place that I may have accidentally over-written this with a master switch? It's not happening to any of my other views. My view-range is set to the default properties. This originally happened to the roof plan I first created during the CD phase of my project. I couldn't solve it, but found the work around to be simply "duplicating" the view and using the new view... it would display correctly. But now, that new duplicated view is displaying incorrectly and is appearing as wireframe. Any suggestions? I'm on Revit 8.0. thanks guys. <edit> even "shading" or "shading with edges" appears as wireframe, but now with color. looks cool, but does nothing for my CD set :-/ Post edited on 2006-03-29 11:15:58

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Wed, Mar 29, 2006 at 5:26:00 PM | RE: ::--:: Roof Plan in Wireframe ::--::

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well, I was able to get it to hide lines. I'm not sure what the "real" solution should be, but I applied one of the standard view templates and that seemed to fix it. Perhaps at some point a view template was applied that had "wireframe" as it's display type (unlikely though). This still doesn't explain why I was not able to hide the lines using the standard methods, ie: icon at bottom of view window, drop-down menu in the view properties dialog or the in the view drop down @ top of revit window???

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