l want to download this product, in an Autodesk Revit format. Is it available or can we please request it?
I have imported a family or .rfa file in from another platform and i cannot see the items when i load it into multiple families.
I am having a problem whereby when i place my window in the correct position, the sill gets cut which does not allow me to fix.
I am having problems with rendering a file in my camera view. The file is pretty large but not too big that it will cause an error, and no errors are being reported.
I am having trouble drawing multiple floors and showing the 4th or 5th floors the same as the 1st or 2nd.
Creating a level does not create a corresponding plan view. To do this, go to View > Create > Plan Views > Floor Plan, and a drop-down list of levels that do not yet have associated plan views will result. Pick the level(s) you want, and hit OK.
If i wanted to change the unit settings either temporarily or permanent, how would i go about doing this.
Is there a way to rotate and move an annotation of a Revit family
Is there a way to use multiple wall finishes on the same footing or elevation on a wall to showcase a customers products or to create a designer wall.
I am battling to plot a particular scale sized view of a drawing in Revit. how would i be able to plot a certain scaled view.
I am having issues when my walls intersect as they are cutting into each other and even they have butt join ends it still does not appear to be working and connecting the ends together.
Is there any way of repositioning the origin point ( 0,0,0) over a reference point elsewhere in a drawing besides the centre point so that i could work out position placement.
Will any other Architectural or engineering softwares convert a file, so that either Revit or Archicad are able to import or model them. Also what would be the standard way of saving a file to ensure any and all info is carried across.
I am looking for a plugin or option that will allow me to control exterior airflow within my design so i can see the limitations concerned on a high rise building project.
How would i go about controlling the development protocols aimed around standardising families so that we don't duplicate or damage them once created.
I have been having this synchronisation error when i open a file that is clashing with another file that one of my colleagues have opened previously.
Is there a plug in for Revit that will help me with conducting a structural analysis on families.
I am seeking clarification on how to name the file so that the internal ref no is distinguishable from the project ref no.
I have heard so many great things about utilising the MEP within Revit and would like to know how best to use it.