Author: Brian Mackey (The Revit Geek)

Revit 2017.1 Perspective View

One of the new features of 2017.1 is the added capability to work in perspective views.  This has been a nice feature as it allows for most tools to be used as well as temporary dimensions are displayed when things

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Revit 2017.1 Changes part 2

Yesterday I posted about some changes to 2017.1 as they reflect on Collaboration for Revit. This morning i stumbled upon another more minor change.  This change was on the Collaborate Tab and selecting the Manage Models panel: The first was a

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Revit 2017.1 C4R Changes

Yesterday Autodesk released the latest update for Revit 2017 (direct download links can be found at Luke’s Blog).  A couple of changes have happened if you are using Collaboration for Revit. One of which is the new branding from A360

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Revit 2017 Ceiling Change

In previous releases of Revit we have been able to automatically place ceilings in rooms in most instances.  In 2017 the reasons for not being able to place rooms automatically have changed.  In my opinion this should be considered a

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Thin Lines Bluebeam

For those of us that are Revit users we are very familiar with the “Thin Lines” button.  This disables the line weights and displays all lines with out any thickness.  What I stumbled upon today was the ability to so

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