What a nice array of trees 🙂 They’ve been created using the array command with the “Last” option checked. This means that if I change the number of trees afterwards, new trees will be created after the last one. (Select one of the array elements and then select the array counter). So when you use … More Revit: Change array behavior
There are several ways to link a geo-referenced drawing (like one from Civil 3D). You can start a new Revit project, link the DWG, move/rotate it in place and then you could use “Acquire Coordinates” to move the Revit’s survey point to the origin of the DWG. But what if you already configured the shared … More Revit: Warning: Default Center-To-Center positioning will be used
You joined 2 roofs together and you wonder how you can cut the main roof to create a dormer opening. Joined Roofs Bottom view: Well, I always use one of the 3 following options. Depending on the situation and the complexity I choose the right one. Dormer Opening: easiest one to use: First click the … More Revit: Create dormer opening for joined roofs
Yesterday I received the VERY good news that the permission model in BIM 360 Docs has been changed. Before the minimum level you could use in any BIM 360 Docs folder was “Publish” and then on a higher level you got “Publish+View” followed by “Publish+View+Edit” and “Publish+View+Edit+Control”. This meant that when you wanted to assign only … More BIM 360 DOCS: Changed permission model
From the 1st of February Autodesk changed dramatically how BIM 360 Team projects can be accessed. Before, you could setup a project in BIM 360 Team and invite external partners to this project to work together with the project data. These external partners are called “Contributors” and were, until the 1st of February, for free. But … More BIM 360 Team: All users require a subscription
Often I got this question from customers. Look at the following image: Normally in a plan only objects between the cut plane and the bottom/view depth are visible in plan (some categories will also show when they are between the cut plane and the top). But in this case the floor is under the bottom/view … More Revit: Why is my floor visible in floor plan?
Ranges can be defined in code blocks. One of the ways to do is to specify a start value, the end value and a step value: But what if the end value is not divisible by the step value? In that case you will not reach the end value, so the end value will not be … More Dynamo: Dynamic ranges in code blocks