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Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 12:24:52 PM | Visibility Problem - please help!!!




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In my project i can't control visibility: in one level, I keep seeing all the levels below. I changed the parameters visibility, however they do not seem to make any diference. This is bad because in an upper level I keep clickint elements that are below. If anyone can help I would apreciate. Thanks in advance.

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Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 3:49:13 PM | Visibility Problem - please help!!!




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R-ARC 08?

You may need to change your view range.  Open the view properties and scroll down to view range and click.  You will have the option the set the view level, cutline height, and range of view.  You may need to experiment with different numbers until you get what you desire.  I hope this will solve your problem.

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Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 3:51:02 PM | Visibility Problem - please help!!!



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Hello jcs001,


Sounds like Revit has a plan set to under lay.

Try going to the floor plans that are showing floors beneath and go into the VIEW PROPERTIES and set the UNDERLAY to none.

 Let us know if you had already tried this.




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Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 4:20:02 PM | Visibility Problem - please help!!!



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The trick to this problem is simple.  I would set  say   Ground Floor LOW  (say with cut plane at 1200mm) and duplicate another one with detail and rename it Ground Floor HIGH (with a cut plane at 2500mm). On both plan make sure like brett said, set the UNDERLAY to NONE.

With 2 similar Ground Floor plans but diff cut plane I can switch to work on what I want to see and work on.

G'day mate. I am migrating to Sydney, Australia. Looking for Revit Architect position. Any taker? Thanks. Kim Wong.

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