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Tue, Jun 5, 2007 at 4:24:38 PM | Stair to Slab Connection

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I'm using Revit Building 2008 and have a steel pan stair with concrete topping that is connecting to my slab that also has a concrete topping and in plan it is showing the line that connects the stair and slab and I don't want to see that in plan.  The only thing I can think of to fix this would be to put a mask over it in plan but I wanted to see if there was a better way. 

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Tue, Jun 5, 2007 at 7:38:19 PM | Stair to Slab Connection

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YOu can just hit it with the linework tool/set to invisible.

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Tue, Jun 5, 2007 at 8:27:52 PM | Stair to Slab Connection

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The only thing about setting the linework to invisable is that it also has to hide the slab edge which I do want to be shown next to it where there is an opening, I could draw a detail line in where I want to see it, but I just assumed that revit had a better fix for this.

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Tue, Jun 5, 2007 at 8:46:25 PM | Stair to Slab Connection

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After setting the slab edge to invisible you should see two blue control points at the end points of the line. You can move these control points to the edges of the stair and it will hide only the line between the points.


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Tue, Jun 5, 2007 at 8:49:06 PM | Stair to Slab Connection

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did you try Join Geometry?

 


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Tue, Jun 5, 2007 at 8:52:46 PM | Stair to Slab Connection

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Thanks I used the blue grips and that worked great.  And it will not let you join anything with a stair...

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