Scope boxes are automatically visible in 3D views and in plan views whose Associated Level intersects the scope box. You can control the visibility of a scope box by resizing it, hiding it in a view, or setting its Views Visible property. Scope boxes do not print in construction documents.
How do Scope boxes work in Revit?
Use scope boxes to control the extents of datum elements and cropping of views. Scope boxes make views more consistent and clean throughout your project, making it easier for you to control a view by adjusting the boundary of a scope box.
Where are scope boxes in Revit?
On the Properties palette, for the Views Visible property, click Edit. The Scope Box Views Visible dialog lists all the view types and view names in the project. It shows in which views the scope box is visible. Revit calculates the visibility of the scope box when you create it and subsequently change its extents.
Do scope boxes print in Revit?
Scope boxes are automatically visible in 3D views and any view whose cut plane intersects the scope. They can also be set to display in elevation views. You can set their visibility for other views by resizing them or changing their visibility property. Scope boxes do not print in construction documents.
Why is scope box greyed out Revit?
The reason for this weird behaviour is simple: it turned out that Scope Box parameter becomes read-only if you modify the Crop Cregion sketch. Since the Revit Scope Box is a cube, it can’t be applied to those views that have non-rectangular Crop Region!
How do you hide a scope box in Revit?
In the drawing area, select the scope box you want to hide, and do either of the following:
- Click Modify | Scope Boxes tab View panel Hide in View drop-down (Hide Elements).
- Right-click a scope box, and click Hide in view Elements.
How do I delete a scope box in Revit?
@vic1z hello, to ‘purge’ scope boxes is to open a 3D view and use isolate the Scope Box object category in the view (it’s under Annotation Categories. then you’ll be able to select and delete them from there.
Which elements can a scope box can control?
Scope boxes are used to control the extents of elements like grids, levels and reference planes. Each of these elements can be assigned to a specific scope box, limiting the 3D extents to the dashed green line limit.
How do you propagate extents in Revit?
You can use Propagate Extents to accomplish this. Select the datum. Click Modify |