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    Definitely low quality render. Need to bump it up...

    Definitely low quality render. Need to bump it up to High or Presentation, and maybe even add more to the photon count.
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    Yes. But it's not the end of the world. I get to...

    Yes. But it's not the end of the world. I get to going so fast sometimes I do it all the time. We usually export everything out to Navisworks anyways, so we have 3D Views organized with all Links and...
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    If you edit things in a manner that doesn't...

    If you edit things in a manner that doesn't create new objects, they will remain on their respective Workset, such as move or stretch. Soon as something becomes "new" it'll take on the Current...
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    Haha, that made me laugh. Because.... it's true....

    Haha, that made me laugh. Because.... it's true. ;)

    Welcome to the forum BTW.
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    No problem, glad you got it sorted quickly. ...

    No problem, glad you got it sorted quickly.

    -TZ
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    Can you be a little more specific instead of "I'm...

    Can you be a little more specific instead of "I'm having a problem"? Any details as to what is or is not happening when placing equipment?
  7. Okay, you have OneBox then. I will admit, I...

    Okay, you have OneBox then. I will admit, I myself was a bit too pedantic when I first picked up Revit, as many people make the mistake of doing. It was when my friend brought me way back down to the...
  8. There is native support for wall framing, within...

    There is native support for wall framing, within the structural areas of Revit. The only thing is, structural framing isn't associated with the actual Wall Family, meaning that if you stretch a wall...
  9. 1,000,000% accurate, especially for MEP guys. We...

    1,000,000% accurate, especially for MEP guys. We usually aren't involved in Walls, Doors, Roofs, Architectural Elevations, etc so this is absolutely true since the architectural components of Revit...
  10. Once you've established Levels, you can start...

    Once you've established Levels, you can start anywhere. There's really no right or wrong way to start, however the order in which you do things do give you additional functionality. For instance, if...
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    Best thing to do is utilize Worksets. Name a...

    Best thing to do is utilize Worksets. Name a Workset accordingly to distinguish it from all the others. Naming isn't important, however treat it with some type of standard to relates to the content...
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    I'll help for sure. If I pitch in something like...

    I'll help for sure. If I pitch in something like $20, it's the least I could add for all the years I used Lee's tools. If it didn't raise enough to send him to the convention then I would still want...
  13. Have you ever used it? I'm curious to know what...

    Have you ever used it? I'm curious to know what the hype is considering the current selection of software applications that have been out for quite some time. Multi-platform compatibility is the main...
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    Select the Linear Parameter and in Properties,...

    Select the Linear Parameter and in Properties, look for the Dist Type option and select Increment. Set the distance accordingly in the subsequent input options.
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    DWGCOMPARE is the command, but it's not in...

    DWGCOMPARE is the command, but it's not in vanilla AutoCAD, it's in vertical products only. Also, Design Review had this feature.

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    Understandable. For future reference, you may...

    Understandable. For future reference, you may want to consider Revit LT Suite, which also comes with AutoCAD LT. This is a very cheap alternative which gives a single-user an astronomical amount of...
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    Jumping in is key to success because it requires...

    Jumping in is key to success because it requires you to figure things out. Things will seem backwards... just push through it. Some things you'll realize it's not backwards, it's actually...
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    I would suggest staying away from FLATSHOT as it...

    I would suggest staying away from FLATSHOT as it creates a disconnected view of the model and will not update as changes are needed. Alternatively, look into the Revit platform for a much easier and...
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    It's horrible because it's different.... it's not...

    It's horrible because it's different.... it's not really horrible, once you know HOW Revit wants you to do it. I will say that "modeling" duct/pipe/conduit in AMEP is superior, because AutoCAD is a...
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    Are you aligning conduit to or from a transverse...

    Are you aligning conduit to or from a transverse conduit object? If so, the Align tool usually doesn't pick up the centerpoint of the conduit piping. I never rotate conduits, but definitely rotate...
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