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May 13, 2008

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Alan Wooldridge

There should also be 45 degree lines in the corners between the two dotted lines because there is a change in direction and a edge.

This is basic Technical Drawing as one use to learn in school 1970 -1980's before they stopped teaching TD

In the UK and from my CAD people I would expect to see these lines as well unless the step was and 90 degrees and not 45

As BIM is 3D these should appear automatically and not need to be added after

Wai

Hi Alan,

Sorry my screen capture has error. In fact, I just retest it and it does show the 45 degress line as well when i set the:

[Graphics]
HiddenSlabEdge=All

You can do a quick test and you will see.

I also update the correct image.

Thanks

Wai

chris

we have tried this method every way imaginable using Revit 2009 and yet it does not seem to work. Has anyone gotten this to work or is there a trick i need to be aware of?

Ben

I just tried this out. For some reason the slab edge displays the lower "bearing" line and the diagonal when I choose "Itself". In the first image above the diagonals aren't visible.

Is there any way to make the diagonal not visible?

Rodrigo of Chile

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There should also be 45 degree lines in the corners between the two dotted lines because there is a change in direction and a edge.

This is basic Technical Drawing as one use to learn in school 1970 -1980's before they stopped teaching TD we have tried this method every way imaginable using Revit 2009 and yet it does not seem to work.

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