Adding filled and masking regions


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Adding filled and masking regions

In this movie we're going to look at filled regions and masking regions. Filled and masking regions are two-dimensional shapes that you can apply to your views that help you to either cover up or to further articulate certain parts of the drawing. Like other detailing components in Revit, they are view-specific, so they only appear in whatever view you draw them in, and they are two-dimensional. Now if you've watched some of the previous movies, you've already kind of seen the effects of filled and masking regions.

If I zoom in a little bit here on this view, over here on the right-hand side, this Break Mark component that we have actually has a masking region built into it. So when I select it, these grips here are controlling the shape of that masking region, and that's what's covering up the underlying model. This concrete fill pattern that we have here in the steel pan, that's actually a filled region that's built into that detail component. S...

Adding filled and masking regions
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Adding filled and masking regions provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2013 Essential Training

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