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The Revit Clinic: Worksharing Log File Tips

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The Revit Clinic has a new post that explains the various statistics that can be generated in the Worksharing Log File

If you are heavily into Worksharing or you are a CAD / BIM Manager that is responsible for collaborative working, you may wish to familiarise yourself with the contents of the Worksharing Log File.

Read the entire article HERE

 

New Article: Creating a parametric rafter

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For those of you who used to frequent the old Revit Zone web site, you may have come across this article before.

The article discusses the general principles of creating (from scratch) a 3D rafter element that can be controlled with user-defined parameters. If you have any questions about the concepts discussed in the article, please just ask on our forums.

Read the entire article here

 

The Revit Clinic: Plan Regions Wall Cleanups and Large Coordinates

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"The symptom of this condition are wall cleanups which vary from view to view.  For example a primary view and a dependent view.  If you come across walls not cleaning up as expected in one view let's look at the following scenario....."

Read the entire article here

   

The Revit Clinic: 10 Revit.ini Customizations

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If you're into tweaking your system settings, you may want to check out this recent post from The Revit Clinic

This time it's the top 10 "Revit.ini" file customizations.

Check out all 10, here

 

It's here! The new "AUGI World" e-zine (for March/April 2010)

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It always feels like Christmas when that email arrives- the one announcing a new eidtion of AUGI World. If you are not an AUGI Member, please get yourself signed up right now. It's free and if you don't use any other aspect of AUGI (which you will), you get access to the superb AUGI World e-zine.

This issue is up to the normal, exceptionally high standard. There are a few Revit articles in this edition, inlcuding one on floors in Revit Architecture.

Check out the new edition of AUGI World here. (Please Note: You may need a free membership in order to download the e-zine)

   

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