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    Reference sheet conflict!

    Hi All,
    When creating a new viewport (not a duplicate) Revit is referencing it to another sheet/viewport that is not relevant at all.
    The logic with Revit about back referencing is it will reference the oldest parent view. That's fine! but when I'm creating a new floor plan sing the view tab with no parents at all, why Revit is still referencing another sheet?

    I'm using a 2013 architecture version with all updates installed.

    Thanks all.
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    Last edited by neomaxmaya; March 31, 2014, 02:28 PM.

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    Originally posted by neomaxmaya View Post
    Hi All,
    When creating a new viewport (not a duplicate) Revit is referencing it to another sheet/viewport that is not relevant at all.
    The logic with Revit about back referencing is it will reference the oldest parent view. That's fine! but when I'm creating a new floor plan sing the view tab with no parents at all, why Revit is still referencing another sheet?

    I'm using a 2013 architecture version with all updates installed.

    Thanks all.
    the referenced detail and sheet numbers are where you created the view in question
    I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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      #3
      More than likely that Sheet 1203 Detail 4 is an Elevation right? Its referencing the first view with that level placed on a sheet.
      Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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        #4
        Originally posted by MPwuzhere View Post
        More than likely that Sheet 1203 Detail 4 is an Elevation right? Its referencing the first view with that level placed on a sheet.
        Yes, you are totally right! it is a glazing elevations.
        So how can we correct this conflict?

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          #5
          It's not a conflict....it's the way Revit works. Reflected Ceiling Plans are based on Levels....so its referencing the first time that Level is shown on a sheet.

          Any View that is Level Based will do this...unless your using a callout view, then it will reference where the callout is placed.
          Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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            #6
            So it seems manually back reference is the solution!

            Thanks for the help my friend

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