Frequent question: How do I delete a filled region in Revit?

How do I turn off filled regions in Revit?

If anyone is trying to turn off all filled regions it is simple to create a filter that will do that:

  1. Create a new filter.
  2. Select the detail items category.
  3. Create the filter rule Family name equals “Filled Region”

What is filled region in Revit?

The Filled Region tool creates a 2-dimensional, view-specific graphic with a boundary line style and fill pattern within the closed boundary. The tool is useful for defining a filled area in a detail view or for adding a filled region to an annotation family. The filled region is parallel to the view’s sketch plane.

How do you purge fill patterns in Revit?


  1. Click Manage tab Settings Panel Additional Settings drop-down Fill Patterns.
  2. In the Fill Patterns dialog, for Pattern Type, select Drafting or Model, and then select the fill pattern to delete. …
  3. Click (Delete fill pattern).
  4. When prompted to confirm deletion, click Yes.

How do you show surface patterns in Revit?

Select the Graphics asset, expand Surface Pattern, and click Texture Alignment. Tip: If the Texture Alignment button is not active, specify a surface pattern for the material. The Align Render Appearance to Surface Pattern dialog displays.

How do you create a filled region pattern in Revit?

To give the region a fill pattern, on the Properties palette, click Edit Type and then select a fill for the Fill Pattern property. To set different line styles for the region lines, select the lines, and on the Properties palette, change the value for the Subcategory property.

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How many fill types are available for filled region?

A filled region contains a fill pattern. Fill patterns are of 2 types: Drafting or Model.

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