How do I hide origin in Revit?

How do you hide a project base point in Revit?

How do you select internal origin in Revit?

Revit 2020.2 and later

To make internal origin visible, click View tab > Graphics > Visibility/Graphics, or use the VG hotkey. Then search for Site under the Model Categories, expand it, and select Internal Origin. Starting from the version 2020, Revit displays the Internal origin in 3D view.

How do I view origins in Revit?

On the Model Categories tab of the Visibility/Graphics dialog, scroll down to Site, and expand it. To display the project base point, select Project Base Point. To display the survey point, select Survey Point. To display the internal origin, select Internal Origin.

How do you hide a project base point in Revit?

To temporarily display the project base point and the survey point in a view, on the View Control Bar click (Reveal Hidden Elements).

How do you get rid of an origin arrow in Revit?

Open the view to modify. Use the Visibility / Graphic Overrides dialog to turn off display of the Internal Origin.

To hide internal origin in the views, use one of the following options

  1. Open the Revit model in Revit 2020.2.
  2. Click Dynamo Player on Manage tab. …
  3. Click Edit Inputs command.
  4. Pick True to hide points.
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What is internal origin Revit?

The internal origin is the starting point for the internal coordinate system, which provides the basis for positioning all elements in the model. Note: The location of the internal origin never moves.

How do you move an internal origin point in Revit?

To establish the project coordinate system, move the project base point away from the internal origin to another location, such as the corner of a building. If you later want to return the project base point to the internal origin, unclip the project base point, right-click it, and click Move to Startup Location.

Where is project base point Revit?

To see the base point in your revit model, open a site plan and then the visibility graphics window. Expand the Site Category, then make sure the Project Base Point is set to visible. Next select the project base point in the Revit View, and click on the paperclip icon.

How do I relocate a project in Revit?

Relocate the Model

  1. Click Manage tab Project Location panel Position drop-down (Relocate Project). The Relocate Project tool works similar to the Move tool. As you move the cursor over elements, valid references are highlighted and identified in the status bar.
  2. Move the project graphically in the view.

How do you find a specific coordinate in Revit?

Relocate the Model by Specifying Coordinates

  1. Optional: Display the project base point and the survey point in the current view.
  2. Click Manage tab Project Location panel Coordinates drop-down (Specify Coordinates at Point).
  3. Place the cursor on a reference point of the model. …
  4. Click the reference.
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How do you set a base point in Revit?

To select the project base point, move the cursor over the symbol and look at the tooltip or the status bar. If it says Site: Survey Point, press Tab until it says Site: Project Base Point. Click to select the project base point. Drag the project base point to the desired location.