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Printing greyscale image overlay

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05-06-2005 01:59 PM
I have a existing .jpg image of a section through the exit from a building. I would like to overlay this image over some new Revit storefront, footing, and floor. I can import the transparent image fine, but the image prints out dark. I have created a transparent effect in Photoshop, and the image is transparent in the view (the preview shoes grey). I have tried to print the sheet with grey scale selected, and color selected with the same results a dark image.

I exported the Revit sheet file to AutoCAD and it printed correctly showing the greyscale image.

There must be a driver issue here or Revit only prints images dark and not true color?

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Re: Printing greyscale image overlay

05-06-2005 02:04 PM in reply to: Kirk1222
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