Grid Guides – The Great Revit Cover up

October 15, 2011

Grid Guides are a nice sheet layout tool even if somewhat limited, since you can’t change the graphic attributes of individual lines.  They also have another annoying habit in 2011.  The grid guide will conceal shaded regions, raster images and detail lines in your viewports.  It doesn’t affect printing when the guides are on and you send a file to the printer or produce a pdf.  It just makes your sheets look like sh!!t.  Consequently you have to turn them off and on during production.  Big Pain!

Seeing things (NOT!)

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