Author: Brian Mackey (The Revit Geek)

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

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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Revit 2017 Fill Patterns

Today while generating some new fill patterns I noticed a small new enhancement to Revit 2017, which I didn’t ever see in the documentation of what’s new. We now have the capability to stretch the “Modify Pattern Properties” dialog box

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Revit 2017 Floor Tags

In a previous release of Revit (2015 it believe) we gained the capability to add the elevation of a floor.  Not only the elevation but the elevation of the bottom or top, if the floor was structural then we also

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What Did I Tag

For those of you who follow this blog know I often mention simple Right Click commands that I find beneficial to an everyday user.  For instance most users have loved the “What Did I Dimension” post a few years back.  This tip

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