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    Exporting to dwg - hiding lines

    Unfortunately when i export drawing to dwg, some hidden things are shown. For example i used few white lines . Does somebody know how to export without unwanted "lines"?

    #2
    White lines arent hidden, they are white. That means they will show up everywhere EXCEPT in an application with a white background: They export to CAD, they PDF or plot if you set colors to plot to black lines, they show up if you invert background, etc. The only way to have them not export is to have them not really there, and white doesnt count as not there.
    Aaron "selfish AND petulant" Maller |P A R A L L A X T E A M | Practice Technology Implementation
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      #3
      Thats a pity, ill have to delete then in autocad, cheers

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        #4
        overide them, then when export use the tool to create new layers for overides, then just isolate that layer and delete. Or instead of making white lines revit has invisible lines or ref. planes. Why are you making lines you don't want to see? sounds like you want to look at visibility settings or something.
        Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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          #5
          For example Cut profile lines, dont know how to hide some of them

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