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RNDPIS
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Crop region visibility

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11-06-2012 03:16 AM

In Revit file having design option, some elevation view have problem to view crop region. For that problem it is difficult to minimize the space of work, which done by crop region. We have attached some snapshots with on crop view and another with off crop view. Please provide any solution to find out crop view.

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Alfredo_Medina
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Re: Crop region visibility

11-08-2012 05:07 AM in reply to: RNDPIS

The icon that has a rectangle and a light bulb, this one,

 

11-8-2012 8-02-06 AM.jpg

 

...is not the icon that determines if you see a portion of the elevation or the whole elevation, as per your example. That icon only displays the edge of the crop region, for you to be able to resize the region, only.

 

The other icon, this one,

 

11-8-2012 8-04-02 AM.jpg

 

... is the icon that determines if your view is cropped or not cropped, regardless of the state of the other icon.

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