I’ve had enough. Sometimes you’re successful and you train users to avoid doing really stupid things with their models. Mistakes happen, absolutely, but for the most part everyone does what … Continue reading This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
Revit has two types of issues that it tries to make you aware of and deal with, the ERROR and the WARNING. You cannot ignore an Error. It just won’t … Continue reading Quick Tip – WARNING WARNING WARNING
The default setting for linking in a DWG file is one of those things that consistently confuses my users for a couple seconds, and I’m with them. It’s a little … Continue reading Quick Tip – DWG Link Foreground vs Background
Ever have one of those projects where the walls go at some angle other than 0 or 90? Tired of trying to get walls to come in at 47 degrees? … Continue reading Take Your Workplane For a Spin
When renumbering views on sheets, Revit requires each of those views to have a unique number. So you quickly drag the views you want on a sheet. You go to … Continue reading Quick Tip – View Renumbering
I recently did a presentation for Revit RVA called “A Day in the Life” that chronicled an actual day of Revit support I had recently. A topic that I brought … Continue reading Know Your People
Sheets can be a tad confusing when you have them loaded up with views. Don’t forget that sheets themselves are views also. What this means is that the sheet will … Continue reading Quick Tip – Sheets Are Views Too!