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Change xref colors to match the output file

Hi everyone, I am looking for a lisp that will change the colors, linetypes, etc of the original file to match the colors, linetypes, etc of the file that it is xref into. Thank

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Find Text And Number

In the event that I'm not the only one (crazy enough to) try and work this out (because you know it can be done, just not how quite yet, and that really, _really_ bothers you).... One of the first resources I came across in researching this topic, was an old AU 2012 course by Augusto...

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2012:Plafonds et poteaux porteurs

Bonjour, Je viens de faire le test sur R 2015, effectivement, en plafond automatique, Revit se contente de reconnaitre le périmètre et ignore les poteaux... Christian

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2014 Mur qui passe "à travers" mon poteau

Bonjour, Pour compléter ce que dit Antoine Je pense qu'il s'agit là d'un problème de priorité Christian

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2015 Can I derive a part from the content center?

Earlier this week I wanted to model a part that would fit a specific Hex nut. (Think captive nut). I know that the way to "x-ref" something is via the derive command. ( I am using an autocad analogy). Anyway, can someone give me some pointers?

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