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    Revit Pipes in Navisworks

    For some reason, pipes are displaying their material properties. Copper lines are showing as copper, cast iron is black, and my Appearance Profiler isn't able to override that.

    Also, I don't want to see grassy green roofs, textured brick, etc. but these are all showing too.

    Has anyone encountered/figured this out before? I've seen this happen to someone else.

    EDIT: Never mind, I just changed the Viewpoint mode to shaded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koolair View Post
    Has anyone encountered/figured this out before?
    What, changing the visual appearance to Shaded (as opposed to Full Render)?

    No, I would never have thought of that.





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    Quote Originally Posted by snowyweston View Post
    Always a pleasure!

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    Sorry I didn't see your post snowy. I stayed on the OP and went searching, then when I found it I switched tabs back to the forum to delete, but since you can't delete, I just edited. Thanks for chiming in though. Trust me if I saw your post I wouldn't have ignored it. Cheers,
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