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Wed, Oct 4, 2006 at 3:41:22 PM | "Line in Sketch is slightly off axis and may cause inaccuracies."

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When I made a detailed duplicate of my Site Plan for a Landscape Plan, I got this message: "Line in Sketch is slightly off axis and may cause inaccuracies." And it's right! There are at least a couple lines off. Does anyone know why this happens? Thanks in advance, Poppy

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Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 11:42:37 PM | "Line in Sketch is slightly off axis and may cause inaccuracies."

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I have a related problem, the error msg has the element id of the skecth line that is offending, but I cannot select when in the review warnings function, or by use the select by id tool in the sketch mode for the floor. How can I find the offending sketch line. The floor is complex and redrawing it is a big hassel and may not fix this problem anyway.

 

Thanks to anyone with a solution!


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Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 11:47:16 PM | "Line in Sketch is slightly off axis and may cause inaccuracies."

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Well I solved it myself. Turns out you can select by ID if you are in the shetch mode for the object that has the sketch line in it! 

Revit is usally as smart as I think it should be!


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