How do you hide a line in Revit?
Use the Linework tool: Click Modify tab View panel (Linework). For Line Style, select Hidden Lines or another line style. Then click the element or line to change its style in the current view. This tool works regardless of the setting of the Show Hidden Lines view parameter.
How do I make the property lines visible in Revit?
By default, property lines display only in the site plan. To display property lines in other plan views, open the Visibility/Graphics dialog. On the Model Categories tab, select Site. Expand Site, and select Property Lines.
Where is property line in Revit?
Add property lines by sketching in the site plan or entering survey data directly into the project. Open a site plan view. Click Massing & Site tab Modify Site panel (Property Line).
Where are Revit site settings?
To access the Site Settings dialog, click the dialog launcher on the Model Sight panel. In the Site Settings dialog, you can modify the contour line display by adding contours. To do this, click Insert. Change the Start, Stop, and Increments values and select the desired Range Type and Subcategory.
What are hidden lines Revit?
You can use hidden lines to display elements that are not visible in a view. For example, suppose you have an entrance on the south elevation, and you want to show an outline of this entrance using hidden lines on the north elevation.
What is property line Revit?
Property Lines. To create property lines, you can use the sketching tools in Revit Architecture or enter survey data directly into the project. Revit Architecture aligns the survey data with True North.
How do you read property line bearings?
A direction that is expressed as a standard bearing is also based on a 360 degree circle but uses different points of reference. A bearing of N 60 degrees east means the direction is 60 degrees to the east of north. Likewise a bearing of S 15 degrees east means the direction is 15 degrees to the east of due south.