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August 23, 2010



Hi Jeremy,

Nice post! You're right -- it really is as simple as making sure you've got gas in the mower, but it can sure be aggravating until it dawns on you. I wanted to make sure my readers were aware of this setting as well, so I've written a quick article myself and linked to your post.
You can check it out here: http://www.cadsoft-consult.com/blogs/architecture/2010/09/underlay-orientation-and-rcps-with-revit-especially-revit-mep/

Thanks for a very useful Revit blog site!

Patrick Villela, LEED AP

Jeremy Smith

Thank you for the comments and link, Patrick!

Gus Talbadeur

But using underlay causes ducts to be shown hidden in reverse. Lights are shown as if they're on top of ducts. Ducts above lights are shown dashed. That is not how a mechanical plan is done.

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