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wantono
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DEFAULT 3D IS HIDDEN

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11-19-2012 04:13 PM

Revit 2011:

My 3D default view now shows nothing! I have a large project that has worked fine until recently. The camera shots still work and all my drawings are in tact, I just cannot look at my building in 3D orbit any more because the screen is blank. Tried ZA, Zoom to fit, nothing hidden. Any ideas?

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charlv
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Re: DEFAULT 3D IS HIDDEN

11-20-2012 06:47 AM in reply to: wantono

HI,

 

Try deleting the 3D view and re-creating the 3D view by clicking the 'House' icon to create a new Default 3D view.

 

Regards,

Charl

 

 

 

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wantono
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Re: DEFAULT 3D IS HIDDEN

11-21-2012 07:54 PM in reply to: charlv

Fixed it! After I went to View Graphics and turned off the imported CAD links from a metal building supplier I could see my Revit model! I have had this problem once before when I was tracing a CAD file (DWG) with Revit and then could not see section cuts because apparently the CAD had some 3D to its own file that was blocking Revit. After I turned off the CAD file I could see the Revit. Did not try deleting the default 3D viewport, but it may have worked. Hope this helps others. Anyone ever had this happen to them?

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