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    Resetting the transparency of an object in a linked model.

    Hi all.

    I have an issue which seems super easy to solve but has proven not to be so easy. Situation:

    a linked model has a floor in it which is transparent, I don't want it to look transparent however. Is there a way to change this? If I override it under the revit links part of my view template putting in "0" on transparency makes it think I don't want to override.

    I'd love any input.

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    How is the transparency set in the linked model? Is it do to its material? What are the properties of the view you are seeing it in (hidden line? Rendered?)

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