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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    DS, you need to tone down your Jitter.

    At first I thought you were referring to WTF as jitter,..LOL. Not familiar with 15 yet.

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    Not at my machine now but I tried the new disallow join on bar joists and attempted to move the connection and it crashed both times. Bug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Cunningham View Post
    Does it print the way you have shown?

    Yes, it prints out, exports as jpgs, and print to pdf exactly how it shows on screen.

    Anti Aliasing definitely made the lines more crisp but did not help the surface patterns. I can replicate this problem with a new out of the box template, maybe this is a designed feature? Can anyone else test it out?



    Edit 2: I don't even know what to think anymore. Like someone said earlier, It bends the surface pattern into the geometry, and the amount of jitter does not have anything to do with whether it happens or not.

    Last edited by Dsmelcer; April 5th, 2014 at 01:22 AM.

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    Glad it's not just me, Autodesk's help center says:
    1. Turn off surface patterns for the affected elements: right-click an element and click Override Graphics in Viewby Element or by Category. Expand Surface Patterns, and clear the Visible check box.
    2. Reduce the value of the Jitter setting on the Graphic Display Options dialog. (this doesn't work)
    So it looks like the best solution is to just turn off the pattern, what a waste. Hopefully there is a fix coming.

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    I don't think the jittery lines extending into the geometry would be a problem if the lines jittered randomly. However, with siding and similar patterns, the jitter lines look like they're just copied and pasted down the whole wall. The point of jittery lines is to make it look hand drawn, but if each jittery line is identical to the one next to it, it defeats the purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kowen1208 View Post
    I don't think the jittery lines extending into the geometry would be a problem if the lines jittered randomly. However, with siding and similar patterns, the jitter lines look like they're just copied and pasted down the whole wall. The point of jittery lines is to make it look hand drawn, but if each jittery line is identical to the one next to it, it defeats the purpose.
    Revit doesn't know how to do random, everything is calculated. Might take a few releases to get this feature more to peoples liking. Personally, I won't use it when Photoshop can do things so much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsmelcer View Post
    Anti Aliasing definitely made the lines more crisp but did not help the surface patterns. I can replicate this problem with a new out of the box template, maybe this is a designed feature? Can anyone else test it out?
    exact same result here, using the OOTB Architectural Template & a 6" parallel line model pattern.

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    Filled Topo Cut pattern

    Opened a project in 2015 and first thing I notice is that 2015 is filling the existing topo with the soild fill override we use for the existing phase. Revits never done that before.

    Revit 2015 : Bugs n' Such-2015.jpgRevit 2015 : Bugs n' Such-2014.jpg

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