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rocky1717
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Re: Revit MEP 2012 - "Lost Marbles"

06-13-2012 08:48 AM in reply to: CADastrophe

Good stuff. I enjoyed the challenge.

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CADastrophe
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Re: Revit MEP 2012 - "Lost Marbles"

06-13-2012 08:50 AM in reply to: rocky1717

You actually got them all? Nice! I've not seen anyone get them all before.

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Re: Revit MEP 2012 - "Lost Marbles"

06-13-2012 09:06 AM in reply to: CADastrophe

I struggled with the aqua the most and finally realized the obvious misconnection.

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nkeller
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Message 14 of 18 (153 Views)

Re: Revit MEP 2012 - "Lost Marbles"

03-18-2014 10:09 AM in reply to: CADastrophe

What is the secret for the brass marble. In the "Marbles Reveled" view there is a graphic overide applied to give it its color. The overide is not set in the "Marbles Hidden" View. It is against the rules to add a graphic overide to the "Marbles Hidden" view. Is there a way to solve this without applying an overide?

 

This is the only one that stumps me.

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Message 15 of 18 (141 Views)

Re: Revit MEP 2012 - "Lost Marbles"

03-18-2014 11:04 AM in reply to: nkeller

Not bad! Haven't looked back at this in quite a while. So, if you have gotten the Brass Marble to display as black, then you are successful. I just went back over it, and there is supposed to be an orange surface pattern override (by element) on it in the bottom View, but somehow it doesn't. It becomes hidden though the Duct System Graphic overrides (which is set to solid white) and there is a tiny piece of duct connected to the "Mechanical Equipment" marble internally. So, clearing the Graphic Overrides for the Supply Duct System is the correct course of action.

 

Edit: I think I recall now, that I has asked someone if they could edit my original post and switch out one of the attachments to correct this issue, but it was never switched out.

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Steve_Stafford
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Re: Revit MEP 2012 - "Lost Marbles"

03-19-2014 12:07 AM in reply to: CADastrophe

I matched them but the mechanical equipment required matching the override applied to the revealed version. As you say in your reply that leaving it black is the answer without breaking the rules. Good puzzler.

 

Fwiw, the Where's my Chair puzzler at AU a couple years ago why diabolical. There were no rules regarding what might have been done to the chair. For example one version of the chair was a family that had been stripped of all model geometry so there is nothing to see or find...at all in the project. You had to select each family and Edit Family to examine the ones that had been loaded into the project as well as try to figure out which where it was supposed to be.

My other older self here: http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/user/viewprofilepage/user-id/46056
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Mehdi.Kardehi
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Message 17 of 18 (120 Views)

Re: Revit MEP 2012 - "Lost Marbles"

03-19-2014 02:02 AM in reply to: CADastrophe

too hard for me:smileyindifferent:.... will do my best to solvel:smileywink:

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dbolton1
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Message 18 of 18 (64 Views)

Great puzzle, never saw it back in 2009. Still very relevant...

03-31-2014 03:22 PM in reply to: CADastrophe
 
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