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[Revit 2013 ]sketch line problem plz help me!!

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Mena__99

hi , whenever i draw a line/square or anything .. i see this weird 2 lines between one of the lines i draw and i dont why .. like if iam drawing a couple of lines first line look like that the rest are not . .. if iam drawing a polygon one of the lines has to have those two short lines in between ... plz tell me how to fix that !

 

 

also i have anther question .. is there is any program that can convert images to revit files or cad ?? .. something good .. like it draw the black lines instade of me drawing them again

 

thank you in advance .. hope u can answer me soon because iam working on a project right now and iam a little frustrated !

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Mena__99

also which revit version is the best (( fastest and doesnt take alot of rams and stuff )) (( i have i7 -6gb ram - 1gb vga Nvedia/intel - laptop dell )) ... but iam working on a big project it could help me if i can use a faster version .

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tzframpton

Those two lines is simply noting the Span Direction reference. So if you have a material applied to your floor that is striped linework, it'll display vertically or horizontally based on which reference you choose for the Span Direction. Read here:

http://help.autodesk.com/cloudhelp/2014/ENU/Revit/files/GUID-969E62BA-2A81-4557-A2F5-58842FCB590F.htm

 

You can change the Span Direction if you look at your Modify Ribbon, under Boundary Line and Slope Arrow.

 

As for your performance issues... Revit is a resource hog. Powerful computers still buckle to Revit's needs. Best thing to do is always work in Wireframe, with Thin Lines turned ON. This will give you a significant increase in performance while modeling and drafting.

 

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Mena__99
Those two lines is simply noting the Span Direction reference. So if you have a material applied to your floor that is striped linework, it'll display vertically or horizontally based on which reference you choose for the Span Direction. Read here:

http://help.autodesk.com/cloudhelp/2014/ENU/Revit/files/GUID-969E62BA-2A81-4557-A2F5-58842FCB590F.htm

 

You can change the Span Direction if you look at your Modify Ribbon, under Boundary Line and Slope Arrow.

 

 

 

 

 

As for your performance issues... Revit is a resource hog. Powerful computers still buckle to Revit's needs. Best thing to do is always work in Wireframe, with Thin Lines turned ON. This will give you a significant increase in performance while modeling and drafting.

 

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thannnnnnk u so much!!!

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