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katherine.bausch
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Registered: ‎01-27-2013
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Fuzzy Grids, Annotations, and Navigation Bar / Wheel

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01-27-2013 11:22 AM

Help! Certain elements in my Revit files are not displaying correctly. All building elements (floors, stairs, families, walls, etc) show up correctly, but any annotations or gridlines are missing or seem broken and fuzzy. The same appearance issue is happening with the upper right hand tools (Nav Bar, Orbit Wheel, Max / Min / Exit buttons). It is happening in both Revit 2012. Revit 2013, and in all new or opened projects. 

 

I have attached images. Thank you for your help or suggestions! 

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mike
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Re: Fuzzy Grids, Annotations, and Navigation Bar / Wheel

01-28-2013 04:32 AM in reply to: katherine.bausch

Hi Katherine,

 

2 things to check..............1st, make sure the drivers for your graphics card is up to date......2nd, check your options to see if "Hardware Acceleration" is on (or off).  If 'checked', un check and see if that correts the problem.  Vise-versa if not.

 

Mike

Michael L. Maloney
Virtual World Designs
VDC & BIM Model Design, Clash & Coordination
mike@VirtualWorldDesigns.com
Building Design Suite Ultimate 2013, 2014, 2015
Charlotte, NC ; Fort Mill, SC

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