i'm running REVIT MEP 2013, and out ot the box i've been having this problem with the generic pipe transition..
but when i click on the justify tab for both pipes, and even the fitting, they all show center justify..
is there another family i should be using, or is there a justification setting that i don't know about that could help.
I am experiencing the same problem. Can anyone help? In addition, using the generic sizes, elbows and T's and othe jointing connections don't change size when a new layout is drawn with a new piping diameter
i was attempting to use a specific pipe type, the only way that i was able to get the transition to show corretly was to change the type to "standard". it doesn't necessarily fix the problem, but it was a work around that allowed me to move forward for the deadline.
Try deleting the transition and then set the justification the Justification of the Pipes. Then reconnect them using the Trim/Extend command.
I don't believe that changing the Justification of existing elements has a "correcting" effect.
thanks, i did try that, and i tried to illustrate that in the second screen capture. all the justifications were center, before, and after the incorrect transition was created. not until i changed the pipe type to a generic, versus the specific did it create the correct transitions.
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