I had a request recently that the user sees strange icons in their Revit Views.
On closer investigation, these icons look like the UCS icons in AutoCAD that contain X,Y and Z axis.
They started appearing on Plans and Elevations.
Looking on a couple of websites I found that after upgrading files or updating Revit to a certain version made these icons appear on some file and others not.
The solution was to simply turn off the appropriate Category in each view the icon appears in. In this case you would go to the views Visibility/Graphic Overrides of the particular view and turn off the ‘Internal Origin’ subcategory that appears under the ‘Site Category’. This unfortunately needs to be done for each view. See the process in the screenshot below.
I found the solution listed in a forum entry on the Autodesk Forum.
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