Revit Tip: Now You See Me....

There are many cases where you want to place content in your model for enlarged plans, but don't need that content visible in your overall plan. Instead of turning each item on or off look at using filters, add a shared parameter to your Family categories needed to control visible or not. I typically use detailed view.

Project Parameters:

Project Parameters

 

Filters:

Filters

Now, in your Visibility Graphics, you can assign the filter and control how you want the content to appear.

VisibilityGraphics

This method allows you to create a View Template of the filter, so you may apply it to multiple views.

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Brian Tuffin

Solutions Consultant, Building<br><br>Brian focuses on the development of intelligent Revit content for building product manufactures. Tasks Include prototype creation, develop delivery methods, and project management.

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