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Fri, Dec 18, 2015 at 7:00:30 PM | Phasing Graphics and Detail Level

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Working in Revit LT 2014. 

We want to use Revit's phasing functionality to differentiate between existing and proposed building elements. However, we also want to show building elements at a fine detail level (ie wall layers). I have read that one should be able to achieve this by going to the graphic overrides tab on the phasing menu and selecting "no material" (click inside the box on the material column, then click the …, then click the 'no material' button on the bottom left). It isn't working, however.

I double checked that my view template is actually set to the fine detail level. 

Is there another interrelated setting somewhere I might need to change? Or maybe I can't do this with Revit LT?


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Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 3:24:37 PM | Phasing Graphics and Detail Level

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Do you walls actuall have layers? Post a screen shot of exactly what you are seeing.


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Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 3:42:28 PM | Phasing Graphics and Detail Level

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Here are two walls - same construction.   Upper one is existing.   Look at my Graphic over-rides.



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Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 4:42:58 PM | Phasing Graphics and Detail Level

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@WWHub- the way you show the existing wall does not meet our needs. We want to show the layers within the wall for both proposed and existing walls. 

The way the proposed wall (on the bottom) is displayed is exactly what we want. I don't understand how the graphic overrides shown result in the wall display shown, though. It looks like you have a solid black fill set for the new construction walls, and that's not how it's showing. What am I missing?

@teafoe5, yes, the walls actually have layers in them. 


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Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 5:24:29 PM | Phasing Graphics and Detail Level

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Is this what you want? 

 

Note - chosing no material does work but you also have to have the pattern on and then set the pattern color to your screen color.



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