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Random Clicks Windows Explorer / My Computer Sorting Tip

Every once in a while I accidentally click on the screen randomly and get a nice surprise.  This is how I found out about dragging grips in Revit as well as windows scroll bars.  This tip is about Windows Explorer and

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Loading Family Quirk

I have a client that swears he is diligent when it comes to not opening a bunch of views when working in Revit.  He kept telling me that Revit was automatically opening views on him.  In this case both of

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Random Click Revit Drag End

I have a term that I have coined the “Claw” while in Revit.  It relates to when a user is trying to move the end of a line based object (i.e. Grid, Wall, Beam) and they zoom in to find

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Random Clicks Windows Scroll Bars

A while back I had accidentally right clicked on a scroll bar, and I noticed a dialog box come up that I had never seen before.  It allows for ANY windows scroll bar to be moved to the top, bottom, current

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Adaptive Component Water Volume

Dezi was working on a project where she had to figure out the amount of water that was accumulating in a failing double T.  Of course she approached the problem as an engineer and incorporated a lot of math into

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Revit models are data rich BIM models containing vast amounts of information about each element in the model.  But that information is invisible to the naked eye – unless you’ve got schedules.  Join Brian Mackey as he shows off Schedules in Revit.  Brian will demonstrate how to build schedules, populate them with the desired information, and get them onto sheets so that the intelligence of a model’s BIM information can be shared with the world.

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