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Visibility Overrides in views

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mattador04

Suppose a person has a 3d model in Revit, and has 'specialty equipment' families of different colors all over it. Then, the 3D view is copied, and in one of the copies, the way it (the model) looks is altered by using the visibility and graphics display overrides. HOW DO YOU GET IT TO GO BACK TO THE WAY IT WAS BEFORE YOU EVER OVERRODE ANYTHING???? HOW???

 

dO TELL, COMMUNITY FOLKS. i AM PULLING F^&*(dING HAIR OUT

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mattador04

Does anyone understand what im saying?? Does anyone know the answer??

 

-MR

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tzframpton

View > Plan Views (Image 1). This creates a completely new, raw and unfettered view with no overrides, so as long as you do not have any View Templates applied to the new View Type (Image 2).

 

Image 1: New View

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Image 2: View Template Applied To New Types option

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mattador04

So, you do not "UNDO" the overrrides, but you simply make a new plan or view with no overrides??

 

Thanks for the assist, sir.

 

-MR

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