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Duplicating Floors

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01-23-2014 07:19 AM

I am working in Revit 2014 and I am not understanding why when I make a copy/duplicate of a floor plan the detail callouts do not show up. but all the other callouts show up (elevations/wallsections).


How do I make them show up?

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Re: Duplicating Floors

01-23-2014 10:05 AM in reply to: lhmoman

Try the VG annotations tabs. Also, some sections/details will not show up if the scale is coarser than <x>. You can change this by clicking the view in the project browser and the option in the the properties pallette.

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Re: Duplicating Floors

01-23-2014 11:34 AM in reply to: josh
That is not working.. I still dont see them
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Re: Duplicating Floors

01-23-2014 06:47 PM in reply to: lhmoman

Callout bubbles are view specific. Elevation and section tags are not. Hence when you duplicate, they don't show up. Now your probably thinking, well, duplicate with detailing, still won't work as the thinking behind callouts is they come from a single parent view. 


If you have used floor plan callouts, then at the moment, I am not familiar with a work around beyond copying and pasting. If you created a callout detail view, then select the callout and in properties, change "show in" to 'intersecting views". the callout will now appear in duplicated views.



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