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Thursday, March 26, 2009

BIM Manager: Undocumented Features of Revit 2010

A great Revit 2010 post from David Kingham
http://bimmanager.blogspot.com/2009/03/undocumented-features-of-revit-2010.html - Dave, thanks for referencing my blog posts in your post.

By now you have all seen the new features (go here if you haven't) Instead of re-hashing that I'm going to run through some of the lesser known or undocumented features.


Performance has been improved over 2009, in my testing it is the fastest version yet (seat of the pants testing), but most people are reporting it's about the same speed as 2008 was (which is good!)

You can now add the current revision to your drawing list.

In a worksetted file you can discard your changes AND relinquish at the same time, before you had to just close out, don't relinquish, re-open and then relinquish.

Instance Properties dialog is now re-sizeable.

In print setup you can now have halftone print as thin lines (there is a checkbox under options)

You're now able to create filters for sections, elevations and callouts. So for example you could turn off interior elevations by creating a new filter with the elevation category and filter by family and type of interior elevations, add the filter to your view and turn the filter off.

Keyboard shortcuts were added for the following: Gray inactive worksets, each dimensions type (aligned, linear, angular, radial, arc length) Extend is now it's own tool so you can create a shortcut for this as well. ALL of the items in the view control bar now can have shortcuts (except for the scales of course) Borrow and return license

External tools can have shortcuts too, this is what it looks like in the keyboardshortcuts file:

; Add-Ins
"NW" ribbon:"Add_Ins-External-External Tools-Navisworks 2010"

...continue reading...http://bimmanager.blogspot.com/2009/03/undocumented-features-of-revit-2010.html


David Kingham March 27, 2009 at 9:39 AM  

Thanks for re-posting Greg. What are your thoughts on this release?

KyleB April 1, 2009 at 12:51 PM  

Don't forget that the Project Browser (and any other modeless window for that matter) remembers its state from project to porject, app session to app session...

That one makes me happy.

Kyle B

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