How do you add a filled region in Revit family?

Where is Revit filled region?

A filled region created for a detail view is part of the Detail Items category. Revit lists the region in the Project Browser under Families Detail Items Filled Region.

What is filled region in Revit?

Filled Region. The Filled Region tool creates a 2-dimensional, view-specific graphic with a boundary line style and fill pattern within the closed boundary. The filled region is parallel to the view’s sketch plane.

How many fill types are available for filled region?

A filled region contains a fill pattern. Fill patterns are of 2 types: Drafting or Model.

How do I edit a filled region?

Select the filled region in the drawing area. Click Modify | Detail Items tab Properties panel (Type Properties).

Work with Filled Regions

  1. Select the filled region in the drawing area. …
  2. Click to select the shape handle.
  3. Drag the handles to resize the region.

How do you hide filled region boundaries in Revit?

Follow these steps:

  1. Select the filled region.
  2. On the Options Bar, click Edit.
  3. Select all of the lines that define the filled region.
  4. Select from the Type Selector.
  5. Click Finish Sketch.

How do you create a shared parameter in Revit?

Click Manage tab Settings panel (Project Parameters). In the Project Parameters dialog, click Add. In the Parameter Properties dialog, under Parameter Type, select Shared parameter, and click Select. In the Shared Parameters dialog, select the appropriate parameter from the appropriate parameter group, and click OK.

How do you rotate a filled region pattern in Revit?

You can rotate a model pattern.

  1. Place the cursor on the model pattern, and press TAB to highlight a shape handle. The status bar indicates if you have selected a shape handle.
  2. Click to select the handle.
  3. Click Modify | tab Modify panel Rotate.
  4. Rotate the pattern.

Which region filling algorithm can be used to fill areas where boundary Colour does not matter?

By this algorithm, we can recolor an area that is not defined within a single color boundary. In this, we can paint such areas by replacing a color instead of searching for a boundary color value. This whole approach is termed as flood fill algorithm.

Which one is not a type of basic fill styles?

2. Which one is not a type of basic fill styles? Explanation: Dark fill is not a type of basic fill style, rest of them is the basic fill styles. Explanation: Rectangular fill pattern is called tiling or tiling pattern.

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