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Mon, Dec 4, 2006 at 4:37:24 AM | Filtering a phase that you have created

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Hi all,

Can you filter a project phase that you have created?

 

eg. If I created a phase called 'roof' and assigned this phase to my roof elements, can I then create a filter that only shows 'New + Roof' and consequently have the roof dissappear if the filter is set to just 'New'

 

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Tue, Dec 5, 2006 at 1:14:59 AM | Filtering a phase that you have created

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Hi all,

 

Any ideas as to how to work around this challenge?

 

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Tue, Dec 5, 2006 at 7:10:46 AM | Filtering a phase that you have created

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Of course you can, simply create new phase filters in your settings for each of the situations.

 

Does the Roof phase occur before or after "New" Phase?

 

So you'd create one phase filter that shows New + Roof (You can set graphic overrides if you need it), then another that sets Roof to not display.  However, if its a future phase it won't show anyway...

 

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Wed, Dec 6, 2006 at 12:01:20 AM | Filtering a phase that you have created

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Hi Mr Spot,

I think I have the 'past to future' sequence messed up.

How do I rearrange the sequence? Can phase filters be deleted and not merged?

 

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Wed, Dec 6, 2006 at 2:34:41 AM | Filtering a phase that you have created

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As you can't move phases about in history due to their links with previous and future phases for demolition etc, you would need to create another phase in the appropriate time, then setup a phase filter to only show the elements that exist in the incorrect phase.  Setup a 3D view using this setting then select all the geometry and change to the correct phase.

 

Then you can use the combine option to get rid of the incorrectly position phase.

 

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