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Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 1:54:18 PM | Subregion height reduced to elevation of 0.

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Fryingpanman


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Revit ver. 2021.1

The problem of toposurfaces being divided in height when applying a subregion seems to be common, as it has been asked many times before on Revitcity.com

Has anyone found a solution to the problem as yet?

For those who don't understand, I have a toposurface with many subregions. A few of them are automatically placed at an elevation of 0, as shown in the screenshot below, with a void in the toposurface itself dirsctly above the reduced-in-height subregions.

There has to be a solution...



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