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ArthurMacLeod5818
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Stacked Wall Preview

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11-30-2012 10:11 AM

I'm using RS2013. My stacked walls are not displaying in preview when editing them. Why would this happen? Even the out of the box walls are nnot showing. The wall shows fine in the model. This is the first time I have has this happen. I tried scolling and panning the preview to look but to no avail.

 

Arthur

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Re: Stacked Wall Preview

12-02-2012 04:38 PM in reply to: ArthurMacLeod5818

You said you tried with scrolling and panning. Did you try "zooming" with the wheel inside the preview window?

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ArthurMacLeod5818
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Re: Stacked Wall Preview

12-02-2012 06:29 PM in reply to: Alfredo_Medina

Yes I tried the zoom. I tried to repair Revit 2013. I reinstalled Revit 2013. I tried using the out of the box stacked wall. I turned off Hardware acceleration. All my software is up to date. The stacked wall preview is just not working on my RS2013. The preview works on this machine in RS 2012. The basic wall works on 2013 just not the stacked wall.

 

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Re: Stacked Wall Preview

12-02-2012 06:32 PM in reply to: ArthurMacLeod5818

Well, it must something in particular in that project or that wall type, because it works without any problem here. If the file is not large, maybe you could post it here, to see it.

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ArthurMacLeod5818
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Re: Stacked Wall Preview

12-02-2012 06:47 PM in reply to: Alfredo_Medina

Thanks.for answering. It's not the file. Itried starting a brand new project using the out of the box template.Still won't show the preview. I sent a support request to Autodesk.

 

Arthur

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chanus
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Re: Stacked Wall Preview

03-22-2013 01:47 PM in reply to: ArthurMacLeod5818

I'm having the same problem. It worked well before an update. Now it's not working.

 

Build: 20121003_2115(x64)
Update Release 2

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ArthurMacLeod5818
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Re: Stacked Wall Preview

03-22-2013 02:33 PM in reply to: ArthurMacLeod5818

I was having the problem with Revit Structure 2013, update 2 as I recall. Then came my revit 2013 suite subscription upgrade. I uninstalled RS2013 and installed Revit Suite 2013. The problem went away. The problem is in the 2013 software not your hardware. The stack walls displayed correctly in my older Revit versions too. I would try uninstalling and reinstalling the most up-to-date Revit program you have. Be mindful of turning off virus protection and the like during installation.

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