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    Inconsistent Materials in two Different Views

    I have a problem with the materials. In one view (3D) it looks how it suppose to be but on the elevation the colour.

    Some clues to eliminate few scenarios
    - The wall is split into parts
    - The construction phase is the same in both views
    - The shading mode is set to consistent colours
    - There is no paint applied on the material

    I don't know what else to check.

    PS: The brown part is a test that I've done just to make sure was not because of the shading. As you see, still remains white in the front elevation.
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    Last edited by gpktm; August 21, 2017, 08:38 AM.

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    hard to answer but as first troubleshooting point, check your material is set to use the correct color pattern in revit materials.
    If it is set to use the rendered appearance, or the surface pattern color.
    Also if its been split using "parts" I have noticed some Strange behaviours with parts it is possibly not recognising the part material but is taking the "parent" part material as the default (hence why its staying all grey like the rest of the object).

    You could try (not even sure it will work) adding a filter - wall - by material - material = pelaco etc -----> apply light grey projection surface pattern, see if you can over ride it with a filter by material.
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    Last edited by Karalon10; August 21, 2017, 09:04 AM.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Karalon10 View Post
      hard to answer but as first troubleshooting point, check your material is set to use the correct color pattern in revit materials.
      If it is set to use the rendered appearance, or the surface pattern color.
      Also if its been split using "parts" I have noticed some Strange behaviours with parts it is possibly not recognising the part material but is taking the "parent" part material as the default (hence why its staying all grey like the rest of the object).

      You could try (not even sure it will work) adding a filter - wall - by material - material = pelaco etc -----> apply light grey projection surface pattern, see if you can over ride it with a filter by material.
      I've found what was wrong. I had the graphics overridden! But because the drawing was done a long time ago I couldn't remember it. Duh! I feel like an idiot now.

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        #4
        I figured it had to be some kind of graphics display issue, (a view or material over ride) because it was working properly in your 3d view, and that is often set to show the rendered appearance so yeah....if its working in one view but not another most probably some kind of over-ride somewhere

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          #5
          Is not the visualization of the element in the view overwritten?
          "-Bueno, pues ahora que los dos nos hemos visto el uno al otro -repuso el
          unicornio-si tu crees en mi, yo creeré en tí, ¿trato hecho?"
          Lewis Carroll

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