Is it possible for the floor plan elements of a Linked Revit model to appear in the reflected ceiling plan of the host model, using Underlay with the view orientation set to RCP?
For example, I would like to show the furniture and casework in a linked model, on a reflected ceiling plan of the host model. The casework and furniture in the linked model are on an equivalent level in the host model.
As I am writing this, I had a thought that maybe this only works when the underlay is set to a different level and that I need to just change my RCP view range to be hovering right above the floor...and set the link to underlay.
Possibly changing the view range would help.
The main thing to consider is that when you are working on a ceiling plan - it cuts through the level and looks up where as a floor plan - it cuts through the level and looks down. So depending upon where the cut plane is you will not be able to see the furniture.
I have added an image that show how the view range works.
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Can anyone else get a link to show in an underlay? Thanks.
I added a note here:
Thanks for the help everyone. Sometimes it really helps to know the limitations so one doesn't spend a lot of time on a wild goose chase. I think this is one of those times where knowing the limitation will help save a user time.