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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Where is my command in Revit Architecture 2010 for RAC 2009 users

Here's a really cool web page.
It's a screenshot of Revit Architecture 2009. You can click on any icon and it will show you where it's located in the 2010 version.

http://www.nichitecture.com/downloads/Where%20is%20my%20command%20in%20Revit%20Architecture%202010.html


So, it's been 12 days. Are you used to the Ribbon yet? If you meander over to AUGI, you'll find lots of opinions. Some people are refusing to install Revit 2010. So, let's imagine that you think it's going to really slow you down and you're going to wait until 2011 release. What have you really gained by that? Business is slow. It might actually be a good idea to learn the Ribbon and new (all two of them) features. If you boycott 2010 now, won't you just have to start using it at some point in the future? It just sounds so familiar. Now I remember. Sounds like AutoCAD users who are delaying switching to Revit.

Yes, I know you either love or hate the ribbon. Either way, it's not going away. For an extra added bonus, here's a screenshot and link about Microsoft Office 2010. I guess that means that Revit Architecture 2013 will be updated then. Hmmm... lucky number 13. AutoCAD Release 13? Let's not even go there.

http://www.neowin.net/news/main/09/04/27/office-2010-screenshots-emerge


3 comments:

Justin,  April 29, 2009 at 9:05 AM  

You've got to be the pinnacle of optimistic. I don't think it's just the ribbon that has so many up in arms. There's quite a few workflows that have been broken (aka takes longer/more clicks to get the same task done), and then there's that big elephant in the room...no functionality addition/enhancement that applies to "most" people's real world workflows and projects.

Love your blog anyway... keep it coming.

Neri April 30, 2009 at 3:40 AM  

Hi Gregory,

Thanks for the nice work. It will be usefull for many users. For me getting used to new Ribbon UI is ok but the Contextual tab part is annoying. It appears slow an some commands places as like Move etc is not stable. This is struggling.

According to your work did you notice anything about Activate Dimension tab? I can't see it anywhere anymore. May be the usage changed, or is it hidden somewhere else?

Thanks,
Neri

jimij April 30, 2009 at 10:18 AM  

I'm really starting to like the ribbon, I haven't noticed the work flow slowdown simply because I use shortcut keys. If you're not using shortcuts then you are losing major work flow enhancements anyhow and should feel dumb that you're complaining about not being able to find your buttons and that it "slows you down". Use shortcuts people! Just my two cents, :)

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