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    Selecting All Masking Regions in Project

    Can anyone clue me into why I can right click, select all instances in project; for Filled Regions but I can't do the same for Masking Regions?

    Is there a fundamental difference between the two except for the fill pattern? Is it that Filled Regions have types and Masking Regions do not?
    Joshua Kohl

    Eastern Exterior Wall Systems, Inc
    www.eews.com

    #2
    for this reason, and a few others, I usually use a White Filled Region instead of a masking region.
    Ryan Taube
    BIM Manager - Clayco Construction | Lamar Johnson Collaborative

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      #3
      Originally posted by ryntau View Post
      for this reason, and a few others, I usually use a White Filled Region instead of a masking region.
      Care to elaborate?
      Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


      chad
      BEER: Better, Efficient, Elegant, Repeatable.

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        #4
        A filled region with a solid white fill pattern. Used a lot in the early days of Revit before masking regions existed.

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          #5
          Masking regions were partly developed because a white filled region would export to black in AutoCAD.
          Brian Mackey |BD Mackey Consulting
          www.bdmackeyconsulting.com/blog
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