How do you show hidden lines in Revit?
On the View tab, select Show Hidden Lines. Next, select the element in front, and then select the element behind to show its hidden lines. Select each obscuring element individually to show hidden lines. Use the Remove Hidden Lines tool to reset the elements.
How do you undo invisible lines in Revit?
You can simply use the same linework tool that you used to make the line invisible but toggle the line type to Thin Lines or whatever you want, and then hover over and click on the element where you want to restore lines to.
How do you hide lines in elevation in Revit?
Hide Elevation Tags
- In the drawing area, select the triangle on the elevation tag.
- On the Properties palette, select a value for the Hide at Scales Coarser Than parameter.
- Click OK.
Where is the linework tool in Revit?
Click Modify tab View panel (Linework). Click Modify | Linework tab Line Style panel, and select the line style to apply to the edge from the Line Style drop-down.
How do I reset a linework in Revit?
Select By Category in the Line Style drop-down when the Linework tool is active. Pick the edge. Continue applying the selected line style to the edges of the view or choose a new style in the Line Style drop-down.
What are visible lines?
Visible lines are the edges or “outlines” of an object. They are drawn as solid lines with a thick/heavy weight.
What are the alphabet lines?
The lines in the Alphabet of Lines are used to describe shape, size, hidden surfaces, interior detail, and alternate positions of parts. Each conveys a particular meaning on the drawing.
What is the extension line?
Extension lines continue or extend from the surface of the object and establish the size of the dimension. They do not touch the object lines and extend slightly past the dimension line. Extension lines provide a means of displaying a measurement without placing the dimension on the part.
What is a hidden line?
Hidden lines in a drawing represent the edges where surfaces meet but are not directly visible. Hidden lines are omitted from pictorial drawings unless they are needed to make the drawing clear.