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    Plan Region Problem

    Revit 2012 MEP

    I've created a plan region in a duct work plan because this part of the floor is higher than the level. All is fine except that ducts from below the region and above the level are showing up. Equipment and fittings are not showing.

    See attachment. The ductwork with the fittings is for the corresponding level.
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    #2
    What are the View Range settings for the Plan Region?
    Martijn de Riet
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      #3
      Plan regions DO NOT WORK in MEP. You'll have to get creative. Hide in view, split, worksets...
      "Keeping my view range hopeful"

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        #4
        Just to nitpik, they do "work" in MEP, on what they were designed to work on, architectural hosted elements like windows and doors. They even affect ducts to some degree, just not in the way we'd expect. So jrobker's advice is on track, you'll need to approach it another way. For split level conditions it is sometimes "easier" to start from the highest point and adjust view range bottom and depth to see the rest.

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          #5
          Ya, I guess I wasn't very clear.
          Interstitial and split levels are probably the hardest views to get to look right. Not only do we have to get the link to look correct, we have to get our own modeled elements to look correct. If the Architect has already created a view in their model with the individual plan region view ranges, than it might be easier to use his view. After that I would either create filters or worksets to control visibility of your elements.
          "Keeping my view range hopeful"

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