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    Hi all

    Another quicky:

    When you have a floor plan and you select via properties which discipline the plan comes under (Architectural / Structural / Coordination) is there any way of adding another discipline EG (Mechanical / Electrical / Presentation) etc

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    No but you could use a shared parameter to classified those

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    Default Re: disciplines

    I know that this does not answer the question but I stumbled across this thread. What exactly does it serve you to switch disciplines in the project?

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    It is typically per view. If you were to switch it to Structural it would turn off everything except items that are structural in nature. ie: walls set to bearing / foundation. & structural families. In some cases I've noticed that it will allow structural foundation families under a slab show up as dashed.

    I've noticed that this isn't always the case as i believe it has left casework visible for me in the past, but I could be wrong about that.
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    That is cool! I can't wait to go and try it out. Thanks for the information!

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    Default Re: disciplines

    Quote Originally Posted by Davied2
    ...is there any way of adding another discipline EG (Mechanical / Electrical / Presentation)...
    No, but the next release of Revit will see them in the list just not Presentation. These are to alter the view's appearance according to the discipline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Stafford
    No, but the next release of Revit will see them in the list just not Presentation. These are to alter the view's appearance according to the discipline.
    Great can't wait to see version 9....

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