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Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 1:23:55 AM | Un-Demolish

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I'm a new Revit and have a basic problem I encounter regularly. I work on many renovation projects and trying to come to grips with the demolish command and phasing. Can a demolished item be un-demolished at a later stage? If so how? Regards, SKA8

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Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 3:37:11 AM | RE: Un-Demolish

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select your objects, click properties. if you change the phased demolished field for an object to none it should become un-demolished HTH

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Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 3:39:54 AM | RE: Un-Demolish

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Keep ONE of your Floor Plans as an EXISTING Phase, to use as a MASTER PLAN
Go to VIEW PROPERTIES > PHASING > PHASES.
Set Phase to EXISTING.
All items drawn on this plan will show up as Existing.


You then make a COPY of this Floor Plan and RENAME it to NEW PLAN.
Again go to VIEW PROPERTIES > PHASING > PHASES.
Set this Phase to NEW CONSTRUCTION.
All items drawn in this plan will show up as NEW.
All items marked DEMO should show up dotted or not at all. (depending on your Phase Filter settings)



The MASTER PLAN will show ALL the Existing Components.
Items for marked for Demo on this plan can be brought back (UN-DEMO) to existing status by:
Click on item, right-click, go to PROPERTIES > PHASING > PHASE CREATED [PC] or PHASE DEMOLISHED [PD]

ie: Item used to be [PC] Existing [PD] New Construction.
So just re-set the [PD] to NONE, and the item will magically re-appear as EXISTING in all your views!
If you change your mind again later, and you want the item DEMO'd, just right-click and re-define with PROPERTIES.

HINTS:

I find this a BETTER way to control items rather than just using the HAMMER tool !

Also, if you only want to demo a part of a wall, SPLIT the Existing Wall at the point where you want the portion removed.

HTH !




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Tue, Jan 2, 2007 at 10:16:58 PM | Un-Demolish

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Thanks I was able to use this as well.  coreed works great and you do not have to go through all the trouble with copying veiws as rchoutka has put in here.


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