How do I change the color of a detail line in Revit?
See Modifying Line Styles in the Family Editor.
- Click Manage tab Settings panel Additional Settings drop-down Line Styles.
- In the Line Styles dialog, click New, and enter a new name for the line style. …
- Click the value for Line Weight to choose a line weight.
- Click the value for Line Color to choose a line color.
How do you add a wall in Revit?
To create interior walls, you open the Store Floor plan view. Select the Wall tool again and use the Type Selector to specify an interior wall type. The height is set to Lower Parapet and the Location Line of the wall is set to be the wall centerline.
How do you make a Poche wall in Revit?
Select object (wall,floor,…) – in Properties > Edit Type>Type Properties > Graphics> Coarse Scale Fill Pattern and Coarse Scale Fill Color – choose the patern and color you want… Thanks, Constantin with the “Poche” issue.
How do you show an existing phase in Revit?
Click Manage tab Phasing panel (Phases). In the Phasing dialog, click the Graphic Overrides tab. Click the appropriate boxes to define the display for new, temporary, demolished, and existing elements.
How do you create a phase filter in Revit?
Create Phase Filters
- Click Manage tab Phasing panel (Phases).
- In the Phasing dialog, click the Phase Filters tab.
- Click New to insert a new phase filter. …
- (Optional) Click in the Filter Name box to edit the name.
How do design options work in Revit?
On the Manage tab within Revit, select the Design Option button. Select the New button under Design Option Set to create a new option set called “Option Set 1”. The first option will be automatically created and will be called “Option 1 (primary).
What is phasing in Revit?
A phase filter is a rule that you apply to a view to control the display of elements based on their phase status: new, existing, demolished, or temporary. About Infill Elements for Phasing. Infill elements occur when a hosted element and its host do not have the same values for Phase Created and Phase Demolished.