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    Thanks for the screenshots. I will test on one of...

    Thanks for the screenshots. I will test on one of my existing projects and report back to you.
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    I agree it was clear as well. I knew who SLW was...

    I agree it was clear as well. I knew who SLW was referring to right away. Just thought it was more of an administrative issue which could have been dealt with via PM is all.
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    Have you tried the XREF method when you Export?...

    Have you tried the XREF method when you Export? The last step of the DWG Export box, there's a checkbox enabling or disabling XREF exports for the "drawing" portion. I haven't personally ever checked...
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    hlammerts, if I'm reading your original post...

    hlammerts, if I'm reading your original post correctly, you never set the Survey Point and Project Base Point based off the civil engineer's origin point before you modeled and exported? So, in...
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    A couple of ideas... 1st, it may be a Ceiling...

    A couple of ideas...

    1st, it may be a Ceiling Hosted Family. If it is, it may be stuck here in which you'd have to click the Disjoin icon to "unhost" it, but this is not recommended. But, do it...
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    Not sure why you'd use Inventor for architectural...

    Not sure why you'd use Inventor for architectural residential design. That was a little painful to watch when there's programs that exist specifically for architectural design that can create the...
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    Along with Rob's suggestion there's plenty of...

    Along with Rob's suggestion there's plenty of YouTube videos to help with stairs. Not necessarily "Y" configuration stairs, but enough intermediate and advanced tutorials for you to piece together...
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    I know this is old but I would suggest Revit over...

    I know this is old but I would suggest Revit over AutoCAD, yes.
  9. Yeah, if you go Platform > PDF > Plotted Sheet,...

    Yeah, if you go Platform > PDF > Plotted Sheet, I'd be very interested to see what results you have. Only if you find the time to do it. The results were surprising for me. But I spent so many years...
  10. For example, a lineweight that's 0.0010" printed...

    For example, a lineweight that's 0.0010" printed from AutoCAD and Revit will be different thickness between the two platforms. I don't know why, but I'm assuming the difference in PDF drivers....
  11. If you're curious about it, try a test plot from...

    If you're curious about it, try a test plot from AutoCAD and then from Revit. Use an existing Revit project and export to DWG and set all the proper lineweights. I would be interested in seeing if it...
  12. This is a well-written article, and a topic that...

    This is a well-written article, and a topic that is often never considered as an initial office and standards setup. One opinion I've learned is anybody first diving into Revit, double all your...
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    If you don't get any responses here, try...

    If you don't get any responses here, try www.RevitForum.org - there are some massing junkie's over there that would surely be able to assist you.
  14. It sounds like schools are still teaching the...

    It sounds like schools are still teaching the archaic process of defining a lineweight for every color in a CTB. One could only hope this isn't the case....

    The other replies are all great info....
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    Sounds to me like this is a LISP question. Cunha,...

    Sounds to me like this is a LISP question. Cunha, I believe, is wanting to create a list using AutoLISP from points using Divide. This thread may need to be moved to the appropriate forum. I will...
  16. Since a Beam is a Loadable Family, I don't see...

    Since a Beam is a Loadable Family, I don't see why someone couldn't add a nested padstone Family and set it up to work in the manner you would need. Shouldn't be that difficult.
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    Apparently I didn't either!! That makes two of...

    Apparently I didn't either!! That makes two of us.

    Glad he got it sorted out.
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    Steve Stafford explains this subtle Revit quirk...

    Steve Stafford explains this subtle Revit quirk back in 2009:
    http://revitoped.blogspot.com/2009/10/four-ways-to-stop-waitpause.html

    Hope this helps.

    -TZ
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    One of two ways: You can apply a Filter to the...

    One of two ways: You can apply a Filter to the View that assigns the selected color to the Duct, Duct Fittings, Duct Accessories and Mechanical Equipment, so as long as the Categories and Search...
  20. Thanks everyone, I'll take what's here and see...

    Thanks everyone, I'll take what's here and see what my options are with the LISP routines provided. :)

    -TZ
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