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Wed, Apr 8, 2020 at 7:52:26 PM | some pipe fittings and piping now showing below floor

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Hi all, we're working on a project that is revit 20, and with BIM 360. for some reason when drawing the sanitary below floor some of the elbows show up and some don't. also some of the piping shows and some is hidden. we have checked the view range and it's set up correct. would it effect the plumbing model if another trades model that is linked in through 360 has a plan region that is effecting the view? I'm a a loss right now. we have looked at the hidden items and everything.

any thoughts?


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Thu, Apr 9, 2020 at 11:45:56 AM | some pipe fittings and piping now showing below floor

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I found the problem. It was a plan region blocking parts of the piping system. I don't know why the plan region borders always get turned to hidden in the views. the only way to edit them is to find them in the reveal hidden objects tool.


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Thu, Apr 9, 2020 at 11:46:13 AM | some pipe fittings and piping now showing below floor

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I found the problem. It was a plan region blocking parts of the piping system. I don't know why the plan region borders always get turned to hidden in the views. the only way to edit them is to find them in the reveal hidden objects tool.


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