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    Unhappy Underlay RCP and Underlay Orientation

    I'm trying to do something very simple, show the underlay of another level as either a plan or an RCP. I remember this feature working flawlessly, but it doesn't seem to work for me right now. I'm using and "Electrical" discipline and "Lighting" Sub-discipline

    I was wondering if you can change the range of the Overlay? If not, where does it get the information for the cut plane, height distance, etc? I may need to change the range so that it shows fixtures above default ranges.

    Also, when I switch the Overlay Orientation, it changes my whole drawing's orientation to RCP.... That's not very impressive.

    If anyone has overcome the seemingly simple hurdles, I would appreciate any tips. Thanks! (Using Revit 2012)

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    Default Re: Underlay RCP and Underlay Orientation

    i had similar issue, electrical model linked w/ arch models, want to underlay level above & use linework to display outline above, doesn't work now, i'm using 2012 too.

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