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    Hi guys. i have some question regarding model Line weight scale. in Revit i know we can create a custom scale in the project. but in terms on controlling it in the model Line weight setting,under >manage/Additional setting/Line Weight

    Line Weights.JPG

    is there any way to add custom scale in the list like 1:25/1:15/1:300?
    Last edited by engel_hg; October 17, 2011, 02:27 PM.
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    Not to my knowledge no.
    Martijn de Riet
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      When you use a custom scale the lineweight will be from the closest standard scale, so 1:25 will take the lineweights off the 1:20 , 1:300 will take it from the 1:200 etc.. and if its dead in the middle it takes it from the scale below, so 1:15 will take on the lieweights of 1:10, not 1:20.
      Quite easy to test...draw a couple of lines in a temporay project, change the scale to be non standard, change the lineweight list to be completly different for standard scales above and below that scale and see what happens
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        #4
        Thanks guys. i just thought maybe there's a workaround for this. any ways i hope they will include that setting for the future release. it will be a big help controlling the line weight in printing. regardless on what scale your using. i just want to be sure and accurate..
        Last edited by engel_hg; October 18, 2011, 03:20 PM.
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