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    Lightbulb revit elevation lines shows items behind created elevation view

    i am having a problem with my revit elevation lines. when create an elevation it keeps showing whats behind the elevation line, which seems pretty odd.

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    A screen shot would be helpful to explain your problem better.

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    Sounds like wireframe when you expect hidden line display? If you are using hidden line and it still looks like it is wireframe...do you have any DWG files linked/imported? When a DWG has very large extents (usually a warning accompanies the linking/importing process) one of the symptoms of that DWG being visible is what you describe. Turn off the DWG in the view, that should change how it looks.

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