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Thu, May 3, 2018 at 8:17:00 AM | Applying paint to infill wall

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Hello

 

We are working on an existing building, so we have a few bits of demolitions for walls, doors & the likes...As expected, when the door is demolished an infill wall panel fills the gap. I needed a splashback so i split the wall (diagonal hatch pattern). Brilliant works fine... But when it comes to applying paint to the split area of existing wall, revit decides it will not apply the chosen paint. You will apply to see the infill panel in Image 1 Door and Image 2 where the section of splashback does not have the pattern. 

 

I need to create visuals and walkthroughs, so I cannot fudge it with 2D linework.

 

Advise please. 

 

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Thu, May 3, 2018 at 1:44:49 PM | Applying paint to infill wall

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Your question is not very clear.  Are you saying you split the exiting wall horizontally and replaced that portion with a wall type that had the hatch?


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Fri, May 4, 2018 at 8:23:00 AM | Applying paint to infill wall

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No. I did not split the exiting wall horizontally to replace that portion with a wall type that had the hatch.

When i demolished the door, Revit automatically replaced the demolished door with an infill wall. Then in elevation view, I split the face of the wall so that i could apply paint to the split area of the wall. But when the paint is applied to the split area of the wall, Revit does not apply paint to the area which had the demolished door. 


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Fri, May 4, 2018 at 3:38:59 PM | Applying paint to infill wall

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OK - I think it clears that clears this up.

So you split5-face the exiting wall and added a different material there (must be in the same phase).  Did you split-face the fill in portion as well in the new phase?


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Sun, May 6, 2018 at 10:35:47 AM | Applying paint to infill wall

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Hi 

The existing wall & door is in 'Phase Existing'. The door was demolished in 'Phase - New Construction'. The infill wall (which revit automatically puts in place of the demolished door) has no phase nor does the split face. I was in Phase - New Construction' when i split face the wall. 

What am I missing??


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Sun, May 6, 2018 at 3:10:38 PM | Applying paint to infill wall

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If the door was demolished in new, then the infill is in new.  The existing wall and the infill are two seperate walls and you will need to split each one.


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Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:44:03 PM | Applying paint to infill wall

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I had tried to split face the existing wall and infill wall separately. but it wouldnt select the infill wall (it was not pinned) But somehow now, revit now decided to let me split the infill wall and can apply paint to the split face. 

 

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Fri, Sep 23, 2022 at 10:02:14 AM | Applying paint to infill wall

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Try Doing this in 3D view :-) Hope it helps


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