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Firms take different approaches to template files. Some, (I’m looking at you @twiceroadsfool) like to load ’em up with most everything a project needs, and let the teams weed out what they find they don’t need. Others take a more … Continue reading
There’s a whole lot of work that goes on for a complex design problem before a pen hits the sketchpad (or the cursor hits the screen, whichever is your process). For any project, no matter the scale or scope, there … Continue reading
Okay, some of you don’t want to add detail references to your schedules, you prefer to see things graphically. Legend views in Revit nicely recreate all your component families in 2D images derived from the family, but you can’t place … Continue reading