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krispy
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Revit 2013 - Stair Section Cut Material

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04-03-2012 12:22 AM

I can't for the life of me get Revit to display the cut material of a stair (landing or run) in 2013 using the new stairs... i have tried different settings in object styles, visibility/graphics, materials, details levels, phasing all without success.

 

Anyone successfully show material cut pattern on a stiar in section?

 

In the attached i have the new "Component" stair next to the old style "By Sketch" stair, the sketch stair shows the cut pattern the component one does not, this is the same section view not two sections.

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krispy
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Re: Revit 2013 - Stair Section Cut Material

04-03-2012 05:11 PM in reply to: krispy

Update... When I first draw a stair the cut pattern is displayed in section, if I use "Join Geometry" to join the stair to an adjacent floor the pattern disappears. If I try to "Unjoin" the stair it only lets me select individual components of the stair (i.e.. runs and landings) and this doesn't correct the issue, I have to undo the original "Join Geometry" command to display the cut pattern again.

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tgibowicz
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Re: Revit 2013 - Stair Section Cut Material

01-24-2013 02:18 AM in reply to: krispy

No good news unfortunately. Another release and still issues with stair.

 

http://www.cadtechnologycenter.com/company/about-ctc/news/459-revit-2013-known-issues.html

 

“The Stair cut pattern does not display correctly as assigned in the material cut pattern after joining the stair with floor”

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