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    Transparent materials rendered as solid in 3d views?

    For 3d views, is there any setting in Revit that would allow the transparent materials (glass for example) to be rendered as solid instead of transparent? I have several 3d views of my building, and I don't want to see all the interior stuff behind the glass. Is there any kind of global setting in revit that would allow me to do this without having to filter out all the interior stuff?

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    In the family, you can chenge the opening cut 's property
    unmark 3d transparency
    but , you have to do in every family of doors and windows
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      I'm not aware of a global setting. You have to swap materials (or appearance assets within the material). I typically assign a "Default <family type> Glazing" material (Door, Window, Storefront, etc) in my families, and then override that material in the project if desired. If you need or want to automate material swapping with Dynamo, there's a "clay rendering look" method here: (it's the second topic / code block)
      playing with materials in dynamo while drinking heavily | archi-lab

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      I'm not aware of a global setting. You have to swap materials (or appearance assets within the material). I typically assign a "Default <family type> Glazing" material (Door, Window, Storefront, etc) in my families, and then override that material in the project if desired. If you need or want to automate material swapping with Dynamo, there's a "clay rendering look" method here: (it's the second topic / code block)
      http://archi-lab.net/playing-with-materials-in-dynamo-while-drinking-heavily/
      Chris Ellersick

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