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    Rendering windows and doors nested in walls shows blank

    Hi,

    So I just started working at a firm and got put in charge of visualizations for this project and have tried to render an exterior and an interior view of it. However, the render shows that there are no windows or doors, everything is blank and gray. I've asked around the office, but the person I replaced was the Revit Guru of the office so no luck there. Can someone help me figure this out? This is what it looks like.
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    #2
    It's interessting that the windows show up in hidden line view, but not elsewhere. In the 4th image what are the red items? I'd check the phasing and view templates, and that any voids are cutting what they need to. It looks like the red items are rendering and shouldn't be.
    Julie Kidder
    Architect + BIM Director
    Hartman + Majewski Design Group

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      #3
      The red items are windows and doors from another wall in the project. The wall and windows are hidden, but these boxes won't go away. I just received this file and am really stumped as to what is going on. I opened the families and everything is applied correctly, and there are no errors in links so I have no clue.

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        #4
        These red boxes are parts of a wall demolished by windows created in a phase that is later than a phase of a wall.
        Try set Phase Filter of a view to show completed project with demolished elements not displayed.
        Last edited by Artejon; June 5, 2017, 04:19 PM.
        Revit add-ins: Purger (delete UNUSED and selected line patterns & line styles, find & delete CAD), Rooms To Spaces, Schedule Utilities (Calculated Values/Combined Parameters To Tags, reuse view filter rules in schedule filters), View Filter Manager (with bunch of other features) at Revit Exchange Apps, View Filter Manager ML

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