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Fri, Aug 17, 2007 at 9:31:53 PM | unhide elements and categories

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Binnsdrafting


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I cannot figure out how to unhide elements (like sections, levels, etc). The Elements and Category buttons in the "Unhide in view" are grayed out and I cannot select the objects because they are obviously hidden. Any suggestions?

Thank you ahead of time -oh yeah- Revit arch 2008 - & still learning!


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Fri, Aug 17, 2007 at 9:35:09 PM | unhide elements and categories

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Try going into Visability Graphics (VV or VG) and under anotation uncheck sections and levels.

 


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Fri, Aug 17, 2007 at 9:57:38 PM | unhide elements and categories

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I have a few individual items hid in the view - not all of them. I tried your suggestion it turned off all of the sections and all of the levels but did not turn those that are selected "hide in view" off back on when I turned the VG back on.

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Fri, Aug 17, 2007 at 10:15:00 PM | unhide elements and categories

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My guess would be that your sections don't pass through the level that you're looking at. Therefore not appearing on the plan view.  That is why when you create a new section it automatically goes to extents of all levels. (Sorry about the wording, kinda hard to explain any other way)  As for your levels not showing (I'm assuming in section) Try highlighting them in another view/elevation and right-click and choose maximize 3d extents.

That's about all the guesses I have. Hope that works.

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Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:43:45 PM | unhide elements and categories

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There is a light bulb toggle on the bar at the very bottom called "reveal hidden elements."  If you click it, all of the hidden items will be highlighted and you can right click on them and select "unhide in view."

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Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 2:36:40 AM | unhide elements and categories

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thanks that has been driving me crazy

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