A problem is found.
For some reason, model lines and drafting lines are showing up as halftone much like the walls in mechanical or electrical discipline views. I had to change the entire drawing to coordination discipline to make them show up as new work.
Though we can still reorganize our project browser via sub-discipline, it is kind of annoying to have to use a workaround for this.
Ultimately, we are going to have to draft some things on our plans that are outside of models. The whole automatic halftone thing is kinda detrimental to that.
As I move further along with this, the more of a problem it becomes.
All detail line work under a mechanical or electrical discipline becomes halftone - which is bad. To alleviate this I switched all my views to coordination (a pain, but it fixed the problem).
Unfortunately, what now happens is all the duct work does not show its correct hidden/rise/drop line work.
I am essentially forced to choose between not having extra line work (unacceptable at this point) and not having correct hidden line work (also unacceptable).
This is a serious, serious, serious problem because it hinders the ability to make presentable documents.
This Squeaky Wheel NEEDS some grease!!
AutoDesk if you are watching this thread you NEED TO SOLVE THIS ONE!!!
This is the kind of problem that will turn firms away from purchasing your software.
We all know Revit can draw 3D, but we produce 2D construction documents at the end of the day, and we need drafting lines to show up Black when they need to be Black, while still using the discipline views.