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    Hi,

    I'm new in Revit 2014 and I'm having some trouble.

    Don't really sure how to explain, so check the Print Screen bellow for further understanding.

    When I'm drawing a wall (for example), it just become "invisible" to the sight after some distance, like there was a limit to the Range View that I can see...

    Hope the image bellow helps to undestand my doubt.

    Untitled-1.jpg

    Does anyone know what is this??

    Thanks to any sort of help.

    #2
    Is your view cropped? That looks like what would happen if you have "Crop view" turned on and "Crop region view" turned off. Look in your view properties.
    Julie Kidder
    Architect + BIM Director
    Hartman + Majewski Design Group

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      #3
      Originally posted by ricardomaccord View Post
      Hi,

      I'm new in Revit 2014 and I'm having some trouble.

      Don't really sure how to explain, so check the Print Screen bellow for further understanding.

      When I'm drawing a wall (for example), it just become "invisible" to the sight after some distance, like there was a limit to the Range View that I can see...

      Hope the image bellow helps to undestand my doubt.

      [ATTACH=CONFIG]14644[/ATTACH]

      Does anyone know what is this??

      Thanks to any sort of help.
      As JMK said it looks to be the view is cropping (See image) then hit "Show crop region", then either adjust the size of the cropping box or choose "Do not crop view")

      Crop.PNG
      -J
      http://about.me/JayZallan
      Tweet, Link or Blog me up!!!

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        #4
        Oh my...

        That was quite simple... Was the crop view...

        Thank you very much for both of you. And sorry for the newbie question :P

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          #5
          Originally posted by ricardomaccord View Post
          Oh my...

          That was quite simple... Was the crop view...

          Thank you very much for both of you. And sorry for the newbie question :P
          No worries!!!

          Most things...well, many things in Revit are more simple than us humans gather... Always look to the properties; both Instance and Type as a starting point to see if whatever thing you are attempting is possibly available therein... Newbie questions are a big part of why RFO was created AFAIK :-)
          -J
          http://about.me/JayZallan
          Tweet, Link or Blog me up!!!

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