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    3D view linework graphics issue

    The other day revit started showing my 3D view with super fat lines. See pictures below. The first is with line weights turned off, the second on. Graphic display silhouettes are off. Any thoughts?&nbsp;<br>Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by vkmultra View Post
    The other day revit started showing my 3D view with super fat lines. See pictures below. The first is with line weights turned off, the second on. Graphic display silhouettes are off. Any thoughts?&nbsp;<br>Click image for larger version. 

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    If that is a Camera/Perspective, select the Crop Region, and Click Edit Size in the ribbon, and let us know how big the image is.

    If its an Axon/Default 3D View, what scale is it set to?

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    It's a default 3d view set to Perspective. Not sure I know how to adjust the scale of default 3D.

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    If its a perspective, turn the crop region on, and select it. Then click Edit Size in the Ribbon, and tell us what the size settings are.

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    Width 5 7/8" height 3 3/16"

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    I have never looked at the cropped size view for the default 3D view. Can this also impact 3d navigation movement and speed? (pan, orbit, zoom etc) Moving around in Revit is never as nice and easy as Rhino, sketchup and enscape for example....

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    I increased the scale and that worked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vkmultra View Post
    I increased the scale and that worked!
    Awesome! I was away at lunch. Sorry. Yeah, that view is tiny, basically. So the lines appear thick and huge. Making the view bigger, the lines appear to be smaller, of course.

    When Revit makes Perspectives, for some reason they start out super small. ive never understood why.

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