Quote Originally Posted by AndyPandy View Post
Two lines 15mm apart at 1:50 are going to merge into one thick one on paper!
Fortunately turning on Thick Lines do show up this particular problem quite quickly. It used to be an extreme problem with colour indexed line thicknesses in AutoCAD, you had to "imagine" how it would look or make numerous test prints. Of course with experience you did start to get a feel for it.

Quote Originally Posted by AndyPandy View Post
... a dimension line passing exactly through the digit "1" in a reinforcement label ...
That I've found happens more often with electronic drafting (i.e. CAD / BIM) than when doing manual drafting. But you do get exceptions as you've exampled.

+1 on local "standards" not easily implemented in Revit. There are workarounds, but it's not as if Revit's designed for just any type of construction and/or detailing standard. E.g. cavity brick-walls are an issue I still can't fix easily (after 10+ years it's still not working properly) without reverting to cumbersome workarounds.

Also, with brick-walls you generally dimension to the brickwork and not the plaster finish - to the extent that you draw the brickwork on coarse scales (but not the plaster) and only on detailed scales would you indicate any plaster at all. Yet another point where the class of wall makes its drafting different: again partitions would be dimensioned to its outer board, not to it's stud sizes. Yet when using the course level in Revit, the full wall width is indicated instead of only the structure, correct for partitions, but wrong for brickwork. I tend to then not even add any plaster to my brick walls, just paint them so the presentation looks correct and add a 2nd plaster skin-wall only where details happen, YAWA (Yet Another Work Around).