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Thu, Aug 3, 2006 at 2:21:58 PM | Texture fix

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[ i am swiss-german, my english is BAD! ]

ok, my problem:

how can i make a texture 'magnetic'...
always i move an object in the family-editor, the texture stays
at his point and don't move WITH the object.

how can i connect the texture with the object...?
(i work also with AutoCAD - and there it goes...)

i attached an animated gif file for better understanding Smile

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Tue, Oct 24, 2006 at 6:50:53 AM | RE: Texture fix

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no ideas... Smile

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Tue, Oct 24, 2006 at 8:31:52 PM | RE: Texture fix

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Hey Luzzz, Im not sure about this, I know exactly what you mean but texture mapping seems pretty elementary in Revit, probably because the rendering engine Accurender is only a plugin and not fully built in. Im sure there are obscure and akward workarounds, but I cant think of an easy answer sorry! Perhaps try applying a textures as decals instead?

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Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 9:05:18 PM | Texture fix

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Yes man, i solved that problem by giving an offset value to the mapped image. In your case you must change the x offset for each position. Another way, just a theory, is to uncheck the tile option for mapping (in "repeat" field) setting it to none.



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Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 10:55:42 PM | Texture fix

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Sweet gif. 

 

So, turn on a hatch pattern for the material.  A model hatch pattern. 

 

Use the "texture alignment" tool, to align the hatch with the material.  now it should stay locked--you can move the hatch pattern on the surface of your object, snap/lock hatch lines to edges, etc.  The texture image should not move on its own if you move the object, now

 

In other words, linking a render image with a model hatch allows you to rotate, move, and lock a render pattern in place relative to your model.

 

edited for terminology.



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Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 6:25:13 AM | Texture fix

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hehe, thank you all... when u see the date of my first post, you will laugh, it's 6 years ago and revit has changed in the meantime. but thanks anyway for the help!  :-D


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