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    How to show my levels in framing elevation???

    I created framing elevation and searched few ways to show my levels into it but i cannot find a way.
    I attach a screenshot of my project in which framing elevation is with out levels

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    #2
    Modify your View Graphics and turn on Levels.
    Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


    chad
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      #3
      Thank you for the reply
      But i tried that too my levels is check on, but its not visible

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        #4
        Make sure the extent of the levels passes through the area of the elevation. Uncrop the view or use another section/elevation to grab and drag the ends of the level.
        John Karben | IMEG Corp.

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          #5
          Originally posted by kubsix View Post
          Make sure the extent of the levels passes through the area of the elevation. Uncrop the view or use another section/elevation to grab and drag the ends of the level.
          If this doesn't work or you don't see the levels after uncropping the view, turn on hidden elements and see if you can unhide the levels.

          https://www.revitforum.org/tutorials...maybe-why.html
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            #6
            Thank you kubsix and cellophane for your reply..
            I outcropped my view and turned on hidden elements even then levels are not visible.
            I attach screen shot after outcropping and reveal my hidden elements for better understanding.
            Kindly find a solution for it


            i tried to draw new levels in my view those are visible, but its not the solution
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              #7
              Set the Far Clipping to No Clip and see if they show up. Then drag the ends through the area of the section. You may need to go to another elevation/section (90 deg from the current) to drag the levels so they show up when you turn Far Clipping back on.
              John Karben | IMEG Corp.

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                #8
                I extended / dragged the levels.
                Finally i got it in my elevation, it is solved. But i have no idea about far clipping/ no clip. could you explain it?
                Thank you kubsix

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by rishie View Post
                  I extended / dragged the levels.
                  Finally i got it in my elevation, it is solved. But i have no idea about far clipping/ no clip. could you explain it?
                  Thank you kubsix
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