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  1. Man that sounds.... volatile, lol. Mapping to FTP...

    Man that sounds.... volatile, lol. Mapping to FTP sites and batch files, etc., hope it all stays stable for you guys. :)

    Revit Server all the way for us.
  2. WAY too OCD on this one man. Not only that,...

    WAY too OCD on this one man.

    Not only that, but you'll never get the full experience if you're using the Link method. Revit is best experienced when you have a single unified, federated model....
  3. Ah, I see... you're literally running an...

    Ah, I see... you're literally running an Interference Report. Well, obviously the solid geometry of the ceiling and the geometry of the light fixtures are "technically" interfering, but this is a...
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    Is this the one? ...

    Is this the one?

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?70367-Unistrut-Member-Style-for-download
  5. "What" is the interference? I'm still not clear...

    "What" is the interference? I'm still not clear on that.

    As far as the pot lights... two things you can do. Create a Reflected Ceiling Plan View (instead of a Floor Plan View), OR open V/G >...
  6. You don't want to use a Light Fixture Family with...

    You don't want to use a Light Fixture Family with a Void when the architectural file is Linked. It cannot cut the ceiling "through" the link. Not only that you'd need a Ceiling Hosted Family to do...
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    Don't take it offline, just make a new thread!!...

    Don't take it offline, just make a new thread!! I'd love to listen in. :)
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    Instead of extruding the flat, extrude in the...

    Instead of extruding the flat, extrude in the transverse, after creating a profile that recreates the slight bends.
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    wilfredo_torres, you are new here I see......

    wilfredo_torres, you are new here I see... welcome to the forum!! :)

    Please be advised that you resurrected a thread almost five years old. To keep older threads from mixing in with the currently...
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    The engineers that I worked with at my last job...

    The engineers that I worked with at my last job in Dallas, TX made between $90k-$110k after five years experience as a licensed mechanical or electrical engineer. That's usually on the high side. I...
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    Something must be breaking it in 2015 then. ...

    Something must be breaking it in 2015 then.

    BTW, I'm a total Flyers fan... I was sad to see Hartnell go.
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    Not any more tedious than having no incremental...

    Not any more tedious than having no incremental parameter at all. ;)

    I did notice an error in the updated louver. If you type in the value for Distance1 or Distance2 in Properties, it breaks the...
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    Do you work for the manufacturer of the Louver...

    Do you work for the manufacturer of the Louver you've developed? Or are you developing someone else's product to make things more efficient for you? Louver's usually aren't sized the way you've...
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    Do yourself a favor and completely scratch...

    Do yourself a favor and completely scratch WIPEOUT objects. It will save you a ton of headache later on with plotting, creating PDF's, file bloating, FRAME settings, etc.

    The Solid Hatch @...
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    Glad to help Hoss. I try and go back to the...

    Glad to help Hoss. I try and go back to the things I had trouble with understanding and answer from that approach, which gives much clearer foresight.

    Just remember that Revit is for people who...
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    First off, there are different "types" of...

    First off, there are different "types" of Families. Three to be exact, Loadable Families, System Families and In-Place Families. Piping Systems are what's considered a "System Family" which, like...
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    The most common and straight forward way is to...

    The most common and straight forward way is to use Filters. Open V/G and go to the Filters tab. Create a Filter and name it accordingly and select all categories that are related (Pipes, Pipe...
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    Read here: ...

    Read here:
    http://www.autodesk.com/products/revit-lt/compare/compare-revit-products


    Export to AutoCAD or IFC - Yes.
    Link or Import DWG - Yes.
    MEP Tools - No.
    Collaboration - No.
  19. I don't think there is. It's because a 45 is not...

    I don't think there is. It's because a 45 is not a rise, but an offset (Revit's understanding of it anyways). I could be wrong though, in recent versions there may have been some way to do it but...
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    Since it's a Mac version, and I don't believe...

    Since it's a Mac version, and I don't believe Express Tools are available (therefore FLATTEN is not available), this may be of use too:...
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