Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Looking at primary options, part of Revit: Phasing and Design Options.
An Option Set can have several options, but only one option can be primary.…The primary option is typically the option that you're most likely to pursue.…Think of it as the option that you like best and the one that you hope that your client will accept.…In this movie, we'll look at some of the features of the primary option.…So I am in a file here called Primary, and I am looking at a 3D view of a small office building lobby.…So the first thing I am going to do is go to the Design Options dialog, and let's talk…about what the Primary option is in a little more detail.…So here in the Design Options dialog, you can see that I have a single Design Options set…called Balcony, and it has two options beneath it.…
Also, notice that I'm currently editing the Main Model.…Now the Glass Panel Railing is the primary option, we can see that here in parentheses.…Primary is typically the option that you will see in all viewports when you are editing the Main Model.…So even though I'm editing Main Model here, it's the primary that I see.…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- What is phasing?
- Phasing properties for objects
- Using phase filters and graphic overrides
- Phasing rooms
- Looking at topography and phasing
- Setting up design options
- Strategizing design options
- Working with phasing and design options together
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. Design Options
3. Phasing and Design Options Together
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