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Fri, Nov 10, 2006 at 9:26:52 AM | get rid of current work plane and 3D snapping




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Hi, everyone. I'm a newbie in revit. Here is another silly question. In revit, it seems that everything I draw, line or shap, have to be constrained in the current work plane. If I have 3 shape drawn in 3 different work plane ( like one in first floor, on in 2nd floor, the other in work plan I created), then I want to draw a new shpe or 3d lines by snaping to points on there 3 seperate shapes. revit just doesnt allow me to do that. Is there any way I can get rid of the constrain of current work plane? another strange thing is when I pick up a element then click <edit work plane> button, the Dissociate button keeps gray and not functioning. Any help very appreciated!!

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