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Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 8:28:00 PM | Revit 2016/2017 Pipe Fiiting family: reducers and




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So i have pulled all my hair out over the past few years over the fact that the out of the box coarse view graphics for the above named families. I have managed to go through all the generic out of the box(OOTB) reducers and transitions as well as all the other fittings to remove all the tick marks that come in them (due to managements wishes inter office). What I cant seem to figure out is how to make the triangle graphic stay equalateral (see image 1) as the model lines all appear to be aligned and locked to reference planes that are also tied to the physical geometry. Not to mention there are 3 different sets of model lines with visibility parameters associated with them (ie. "Visibility 1, 2 and 3").

I know that "Annotation Scale" parameter always wants to be checked for universal sizing of the graphics. And I get close to what I am looking for, however the triangle grphic is always flat or squished. See image 2.


Has anyone tried to do the same thing with any luck so far?



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