See this other thread:
Thank you for the response Alfredo, however I'm looking for a spot "slope", not "elevation" or level.
I've attached a photo showing the difference.
Spot slope works for ramps in section. (At least here, Revit 2013). The issue happens in the floor plan view, and the same trick "works" in that case, too.
I tried again Alfredo in a separate/new file, and am unable to have 'spot slope' for ramps in section.
I even drew the ramp exactly perpendicular to the section line.
Go to a 3D view, align it to Top mode so that you can see the ramp just like in a Plan view.
You'll now be able to add a spot slope to the ramp. Copy the spot slope, go to the Plan view, 'Paste to Current View'. Done!
Thank you Sagar, but that does not work for me either. (see attached screencapture for error message)
Also, I require the 'spot slope' for a section, not plan.
Spot slope on ramps works fine for me in elevation or section view (Revit 2013). In plan, it still has that "bug" which can be "fixed" by placing the spot slope first on a floor and then moving the spot slope to the ramp.
Digging into the issue deeper, I can get a spot slope in section only if the ramp has a railing (which the slope is not related to the ramp).
I thought I'd try this from a new project created from a standard 'Architectural' template, but received the same results as above. It is attached.
Are you able to place a a spot slope in section to the ramp without rails?
/Edit: Not letting me attach the 880kb RVT file
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