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Mon, Jul 3, 2006 at 6:06:15 AM | Wall patterns

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Is it possible to filter wall patterns? I have a brick veneer reno that is to be rendered. In the existing the wall pattern is no problem but I have turned the wall pattern off in proposed but I have some weatherboard that I need to show. In the proposed elevation I have used a fill pattern. Any help appreciated.

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Wed, Jul 5, 2006 at 3:28:01 AM | RE: Wall patterns

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You could put the existing wal,l or portion of wall, on the demolished phase, even though the wall really will still be existing. Then build a new wall with the desired finish in it's place on the "New" phase. Otherwise you could create a wall with a thickness of 10-15mm, representing the render and draw it on the existing wall's face, exactly what would happen on site. Place the "render" wall on the "New" phase. There may be other ways I'm not aware of, if anyone else knows I would be interested. Hope this hepls.

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Wed, Jul 5, 2006 at 6:57:13 AM | RE: Wall patterns

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If you are using revit 9 you could setup a filter that filters out the weatherboard so you can control its visibility settings independently in that view. This could be achieved by creating a filter for walls that filters its type name or a comment that identifies these walls. Then simply apply the filter to the view and tick or untick whether you want it to display. HTH.

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Wed, Jul 5, 2006 at 8:08:13 AM | RE: Wall patterns

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Thanks for the help.

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