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Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 9:04:38 AM | Revit's collor fill hides floor slab floor slab doesnt hide stairs anymore

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Well i have this long stairs going from one floor to the other ... the representation of this on a regular plan without any collor fill shows only half on my stairs .. the other half is hiden by the floor . In order to let the color fill work propely i have to hide the floor in my visibilyt graphic . By doind that, i m now showing all my stairs and i dont want that.

What to do .. is there a way to keep the floor visibility open and still make the color fill work


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Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 10:32:12 PM | Revit's collor fill hides floor slab floor slab doesnt hide stairs anymore

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Try setting your view range to display only to the depth of where the floor would be.

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Thu, Feb 8, 2007 at 2:08:28 PM | Revit's collor fill hides floor slab floor slab doesnt hide stairs anymore

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His suggestion works fine IF you do not have any multi-story spaces. If you need to see whats below, say in a balcony situation overlooking a grand space, by setting the view range to be just that floor you will not see the needed context.

So to accomplish this, follow his instruction THEN create a "Plan Region". Go to VIEW, PLAN REGION, draw a box around the area that you want to control, FINISH SKETCH. Then RIGHT CLICK on the region, select PROPERTIES, adjust the VIEW RANGE as needed.

That should get you whatever look you are tring to achieve.


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