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kwg06516
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green lines

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01-07-2014 07:23 PM

I do not recall making any changes to current settings and I'm not even sure how to do that.

 

All my new detail lines are green.  I have to change them back to black using overides.

 

Does this signify something?  How do I change the current color back to black?

 


AutoCAD 2010


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Revit 2015

Hi kwg06516,

This is because the color of the detail lines' setting is green in the default template.

If you want to change the color of the lines, first, please check the line style of the green lines. Then on Manage tab, select “Line Styles” in “additional settings”. Please select the color button to change the color for which one you want to change.

Hop this helps.

 


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luna.ye
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Registered: ‎07-02-2013
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Re: green lines

01-08-2014 12:53 AM in reply to: kwg06516

Hi kwg06516,

This is because the color of the detail lines' setting is green in the default template.

If you want to change the color of the lines, first, please check the line style of the green lines. Then on Manage tab, select “Line Styles” in “additional settings”. Please select the color button to change the color for which one you want to change.

Hop this helps.

 


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