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Thread: Wall layers properties can be defined as architectural or structural

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    Default Wall layers properties can be defined as architectural or structural

    Summary: Define wall layers as architectural or structural to control visibility in views.

    Description: Currently the only reasonable way to be able to control visibility of wall layers in walls that appear in both structural views and architectural views is to make several separate walls and join them together.

    If wall layers had a property of architectural or structural, then architectural layers would be visible in architectural views and structural layers would be visible in structural views. In coordination views all layers would be visible.

    Product and Feature: Revit Structure - Walls

    Submitted By: David Keller on Tue, 12 Jun 2012


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    Default Re: Wall layers properties can be defined as architectural or structural

    This could/ should be in the Revit Architecture wish list as well.

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    Exclamation Re: Wall layers properties can be defined as architectural or structural

    This wish has been reported as granted and already in the software.

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