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    View Range Issue?

    On the job i'm working on now, I am having an issue, possibly the view range. On my roof plan, I have the equipment shown. The duct attached to my units are showing up on my roof plan and they are below my roof plan. I have an autocad background linked in. In section all duct is below the roof line. Linked roof is correctly on the roof level, view range is set as TOP: UNLIMITED, BOTTOM: ASSOCIATED ROOF LEVEL, VIEW DEPTH: ASSOCIATED ROOF LEVEL. My 2nd floor plan doesnt show my 1st floor duct, so Im confused why my roof plan shows my 2nd floor duct. I would just hide all the duct and call it a day, but since I put insulation on my flex, thats not possible cuz you cant hide insulation (a whole other issue imo).
    Any body have any ideas?:banghead:

    #2
    Welcome to the forum, Roger.

    It would help to see a screen capture of one of your section views and of your view range settings (the numeric values).
    Freelance BIM Provider at Autodesk Services Marketplace | Linkedin

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      #3
      Here are a section and a plan view.
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        #4
        In the Roof Plan properties, you have Underlay set to "Level 2" - Try changing that to "None" - Maybe that´ll fix it?
        Klaus Munkholm
        "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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          #5
          Munkholm,
          You are indeed a Exceptional Revit Prophet. That worked! Thanks for your answer :thumbsup:

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