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    Back in a previous version, 5 I believe, when you rendered an interior room with a suspended ceiling and recessed lighting the grid did not align with the light fixtures. They rotated themselves to different angles.

    Now it appears they got the angle thing fixed but the H/V alignment does not work. I would send the file but it's too large.

    Anyone else having this problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve
    Back in a previous version, 5 I believe, when you rendered an interior room with a suspended ceiling and recessed lighting the grid did not align with the light fixtures. They rotated themselves to different angles.

    Now it appears they got the angle thing fixed but the H/V alignment does not work. I would send the file but it's too large.

    Anyone else having this problem?
    Steve,

    Unfortunately, the revit grid and the accurender grid material have no way to "talk" to each other. Their relative positions are completely independent of each other. As a work around I usually manually adjust the ar material until I get it close. Use the X/Y offset numbers in the ar dialogue. (see image)



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