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    Floor plan on different levels - how to show as one floor plan

    So I have a floor plan that is on two different levels. about half of the floor plan is about 2' above the other half. This is starting to cause a lot of annoying visibility and family placement issues, so I had to make a separate working view just showing the elevated portion by itself so I can place families, etc. However, in my drawing set, both levels are shown in one floor plan, and there is a ramp showing the elevation change. Is there any way to get Revit to ignore this elevation change and have it behave as one floor plan?

    Specifically, I am trying to do a finish plan, showing floor textures based on their respective finishes and have it show up on just one plan. The floor textures of the rooms on the elevated portion, do not show up on the plan, is there a workaround for this specific issue?

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    That is essentially what a plan region is for, just you will use it on a larger scale.

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    Yup, plan regions is the way to go. Keep in mind they cannot overlap and documenting what you've done will save you a lot of frustration later

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    The other option would be to have two different views and stack them on the sheet. I personally would lean towards plan regions though.

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