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Thu, Feb 24, 2005 at 3:30:55 PM | 3D View of Phases




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I’m a new user of Revit. I would like to make a series of 3D views based upon work in place phases. My Revit template file has nine pre-build 3D View selections named: A10–Substructure, B10–Super Structure, etc. A list of names identical to the 3D View names appears under Settings / Phases / Project Phases. In experimenting, if I modify the name of a phase under Settings / Phases / Project Phases / Name the names for my 3D Views, in the Project Browser do not change. In addition if I add a new phase under Settings / Phases / Project Phase the newly created and named phase does not appear in the Project Browser under 3D Views. How do I add 3D phases views to the Project Browser 3D View menu and how do I edit existing phase names?

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Thu, Feb 24, 2005 at 5:51:44 PM | RE: 3D View of Phases


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Umm, I probabaly had to read that about 5 times to understand what you are trying to do? So you have setup phases for each stage of construction of the building, then created 3D views with the same names? These names are not linked to the phases and are completely independent. If you add a new phase then you'll need to setup a new 3D view, name it the required phase name and then set the current phase in the view properties to the phase you wish to show, and adjust the phase filter accordingly. To change names of phases go to you phase settings and simply click in the name section and rename to what you require? This is not what phases are intended to be used for? Phases are for demonstrating different types of construction, ie: for a refurb, you would have an existing building where all elements would be set to an existing phase, then in the new construction phase elements may be demolished or added. It also gives the ability to graphically show the differences in phases or not show another phase at all. HTH. Post edited on 2005-02-24 17:54:12

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