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3D Background displays even when set to none

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12-20-2012 06:20 AM

So how do you get the background to not print at all? Using Revit Structure 2013 in Realistic visual style on a locked 3D view, it stills prints a grayish background even with the background set to none under graphic display options. We need it to just display the structure only. Thought none would do that, but apparently not...

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Re: 3D Background displays even when set to none

12-20-2012 07:02 AM in reply to: jasonmccool8686

In the "Graphic Display Options" dialog, do you have "Photographic Exposure" enabled (checked)?

 

If so, try unchecking that and see what you get.

 

Joe

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Re: 3D Background displays even when set to none

12-20-2012 07:42 AM in reply to: Joe.Charpentier

Thanks. We had to enable the photgraphic exposure as the only workaround we could find to RS2013 not drawing the 3D views correctly. Objects behind other objects weren't being hidden, and were showing through instead on several different jobs, and that photgraphic exposure fixed it. Apparently we don't need that now after that last update. Thanks again.

Jason

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