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RodriguezMEP
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Revit MEP 2013 - Line Styles Weights

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09-05-2012 04:33 PM

I'm not having a problem with my Revit program but i do have a concern on how my piping is shown when i go to vew mode "fine", now that it is 3D the piping is showing up to BOLD, which i really dont like how that looks, so i need direction in how to change the BOLDNESS to a thinner line. I was told it has to do with Line styles but I dont know where i can do this adjustment. Please Help.

Key stroke should be OS for object styles or under manage/settings/object styles

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tjbeecher
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Re: Revit MEP 2013 - Line Styles Weights

09-06-2012 07:03 AM in reply to: RodriguezMEP

Under manage additional setting line weights in there you can see the line weight for each setting.  you can then go to the object styles and play with the projection number to make it thinner.

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Re: Revit MEP 2013 - Line Styles Weights

09-06-2012 10:12 AM in reply to: tjbeecher

how do i get to the additional setting window?

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Re: Revit MEP 2013 - Line Styles Weights

09-06-2012 10:26 AM in reply to: RodriguezMEP

Of if you're just using the 3d view for modeling, just use the Thin Lines command (TL keystroke) on the quick access toolbar at the top.

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Re: Revit MEP 2013 - Line Styles Weights

09-06-2012 10:32 AM in reply to: RodriguezMEP

Key stroke should be OS for object styles or under manage/settings/object styles

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Re: Revit MEP 2013 - Line Styles Weights

09-06-2012 11:06 AM in reply to: tjbeecher

This worked.. Perfect.

 

Thanks. :smileywink:

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