i was wondering if there was any way to see the built-in view styles without having to figure out what they are and what they do. for example, instead of having to click on the view style list and reading each one of them, is there a way to do so directly in the ribbon tabs?
i was wondering how to change a winding order of the cutline. for example, if the line is trenched, then i would like that the bottom face of the trench is near to the axis of the y coordinate or top face near the axis of the x coordinate. also, i would like that it does not have the slot to the right, i have tried to modify it, but it did not help. if you can help me in this matter, i would be very glad.
weve been looking for information on revit architecture pro, a tool used for creating 3d visualization of building elements and performance-driven design, and would love to hear from you about your experiences with the software.
we are designing a new house and we want that when the remodel is finish, we can copy the elements that we want to be changed in the new house design. are there any existing tools that can be used? thanks.
i have a feature request. would it be possible to have tooltips within libraries that gave the values of the properties? for example, if you can ask for properties like window width, length, type, number of windows, current position of the window, heading, etc, and then have tooltips for that property so you don't have to pause the model to find the properties you need for the next step. this would work for any property.
what would be great would be to be able to choose from the main model to which you wish to apply the same material, for example, front and rear facades for an entire building. i am looking for a way to apply the same material to one view to another view. 3d9ccd7d82