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Filled region in Revit 7 does not cover the underlying geometry.

A - answer In Revit 6.x, the Filled region even with no pattern hides the drawing 'behind' it. In Revit 7, the geometry is not hidden (even when opaque is on).

In your Filled region use the "Solid fill" pattern and set its color to White.

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2.11.2004    6964×  
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applies to: Revit 7 ·

See also:
Tip 11425:Contour lines on a toposurface are displayed as too thick lines.
Tip 8996:Material-based hatch patterns in Inventor section views.
Tip 8396:Ray hatch patterns in AutoCAD.
Tip 7388:Adding a new hatch pattern to Inventor.
Tip 3173:Where to get additional hatches and linetypes for AutoCAD or LT?

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