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Classify conflicts by using the controls in the conflict browser.

Viewing conflicts

Use the conflict browser in combination with the model view to view and assess conflicts separately. Group and sort conflicts in the conflict browser and hide unnecessary conflicts using the visibility controls. Selecting a conflict and clicking the Show Only button is a very useful way to focus only on the conflicting objects.

Grouping conflicts

Sorting conflicts

Viewing conflicting objects

Showing only selected objects

Changing the conflict status

When Tekla BIMsight detects a conflict for the first time, Tekla BIMsight marks the conflict with a yellow conflict symbol. The yellow symbol means that the status of the conflict is New.

You can change a conflict status to represent a condition, such as critical or ignored. You should update the conflict statuses as the conflicts are being resolved.

Changing conflict status

Grouping related conflicts

Sometimes it is clear that some conflicts are related to the same basic cause. For example, a pipe run clashes with a series of floor beams. In this case it makes sense to group these conflicts together. You should tag the conflicts. For example, enter the trade code and an ID number. In addition, change the conflict status as needed.

Tagging a conflict