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The Revit Clinic: UI Tips

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Thursday, 25 February 2010 21:29

The controversy over the new GUI of Revit 2010 seems to have died down at last! I get the feeling that most users have now got used to it and many actually prefer it! The Revit Clinic have recently published a post which details some good tips relating to the new interface.

Check out all the UI Tips here

   

Do U Revit: Revisions #2

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Thursday, 25 February 2010 21:13

Revisions are an aspect of Revit that are sometimes overlooked. But change is a fact of life. And we need to know to best document and manage change within our Revit Projects. The guys over at Do U Revit have produced an update to an earlier article on Revisions.

"Over the past few releases, managing revisions has become somewhat more…manageable. In pre-Revit 2008 versions, if you needed to create new sheet “sketches” with the updated views, you had to tear the original document set apart by moving views over to new sheets. This made it impossible to then print a “construction set” incorporating all the changes......"

Read the entire article here

   

New article: An introduction to Revit Ceilings

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Wednesday, 24 February 2010 21:13

In this article we take an introductory look at how Revit handles Ceilings. We discuss how they are defined, how they are controlled by their surrounding geometry and even how sloped ceilings are created.

So if you're new to Ceilings in Revit, check out the entire article here. As always, the revit.biz Forums are here to help in answering any questions you may have as you go through the article.

   

The Revit Clinic: 5 Curtain Wall Tips

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Wednesday, 24 February 2010 14:22

For all you Curtain Wall fans out there, The Revit Clinic has just prescribed 5 really useful Tips.....

1.  Curtain Grid Type Association

Highlighting a curtain grid and selecting Unpin will automatically change the Type Association setting to Independent.  You can save a few clicks using the Unpin tool instead.

To read the other 4 Tipes, click here

   

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