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    bottom/top elevation

    hello
    i'm using REVIT since fews months and that should explain the "level" of my question.
    i searched on the forum but i didn't succeed so :
    is that possible to move a duct or a pipe from the top ior the bottom of it? In the properties theses carcteritics are grey so i can't change it.
    any ideas?
    Phil
    Freelance WWTP/HVAC Designer
    Revit 2019

    #2
    generally, this is found in the properties Under "justification horizontal/vertical" right at the top of the properties of the element

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      #3
      hello
      changing the justification doesn't change the value of the new justification. It still indicates the middle of the duct.
      Phil
      Freelance WWTP/HVAC Designer
      Revit 2019

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        #4
        well you are right, which I find odd, that the justification doesn't actually change the offset in relation to the level.

        For example, with a structural beam, if I change this justification it moves the offset from the reference level based on that justification.

        I actually find this to be very Strange, it should technically move your element based on justification/offset/reference level

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