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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 3:32:36 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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New section marks don’t show up on my plans. The ones I cut earlier in the day are still showing. The section view is created though.  I get the message “None of the created elements are visible in Structural Plan: Level 1 view. You may want to check the active view, its parameters, and visibility settings, as well as any Plan Regions and their settings.” I’ve searched this site and others for an answer for 2 days now. I’ve checked Hide at scales courser than. The Discipline. Visibiltiy/Graphics. Filters. View templates. Phase filters and Plan regions. I’m using Revit Structure 2014. It’s a six floor concrete building I’m working on. I’m the first to admit that it could be operator trouble, still a Novice in Revit. I’m sure it’s just a box that needs to be checked or unchecked and I’ll just smack my forehead and go “Duh!”. Thanks in advance.


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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 4:17:33 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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So to check the 'hide at scales coarser than', you changed the scle of this view to a much larger setting?  Like instead of 1/8", you made the view 3/4" ?

 

Where did you cut the view from since it wasn't this plan?

 

If it is a multi-level section, does it show in the other plans?

 

Create a brand new plan - don't copy, do it from create plan... (allow for duplicates checked) - what happens?

 


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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 5:16:00 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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The Plans are 1/8" and the detail views are 3/4".

The section mark doesn't show on any plan that I cut it on. It could be the basement or the roof or any in between.

I get a complete full height building wall section. No it doesn't show the section mark on any othrt plan.

Created the new plan like you suggested. And now I can cut my section and see the section mark. We're getting close, I think.


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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 5:25:05 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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I guess I should have said that the new building section I cut on the new plan only show on the new plan and not any of the other plans.


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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 5:45:17 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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You didn't understand.    Change the view scale of that plan from 1/8" to 3/4" and see what happens.   Don'r worry ... it will not affect any of your plan elements and you can change it back.

 

Also, are you doing phases?


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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 7:01:12 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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Sorry. I changed the scale of the plan to 3/4" and nothing changed.

I'm not using Phases, but i did notice that all the plans have, Phase Filter: Show All and Phase: None. But the new plan I created has, Phase filter: None and Phase: Existing.


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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 7:11:08 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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I have never seen 'no phase', only None for phase filter.  The only way it could say none is someone created a phase called that and we don't know where that fits in.  The default starts with only two possible phases, existing and new.  Try setting the view phase to new and phase filter to show all.

 

I don't know who all is working on this project and who may have set up some of your defaults but it appears that you now have to learn about phasing to get yourself on track.  Read your help as a start.


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Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 7:20:00 PM | Can see section marks cut on plan, and the ones I cut earlier in the day do show

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Thanks WWHub.

You've been very helpful as usual. I appreciate it. I"ll start reading up about Phases.


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