Author: Brian Mackey (The Revit Geek)

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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Revit Keyboard Shortcuts

When a new release of Revit comes out there are a few things I check into. One of those things are keyboard shortcuts to see if their are any new tools that may have not been documented. While in Revit

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Revit Update Locations

I think most users out there will agree with Steve and most of his post about the Autodesk Desktop App (formerly Autodesk Application Manager), I know I do, on how hard it is to find the updates when they are

Posted in Navisworks, Platform, Revit

Revit 2017 Calculated Values in Tags

Steve has posted about the capability to add calculated values in tags.  While I have disparaging feelings about this feature and using for things like Occupant loads (since there is a possibility to have them not match the calculated value

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