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Posts Tagged ‘Project Navigator’

BIM Blog Banter

In CAD / BIM Manager on January 21, 2010 at 8:45 am
I follow a lot of blogs.  I really enjoy gaining information that will help me with the technical and procedural side of architecture, but I also like hearing things I don’t quite agree with that challenge what I think.  Greg Arkin at Revit3D.com tends to post in a way that provokes me to thought.  .-)  I read and responded to this post yesterday, and figured I would repost it here too.
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Doctor, it hurts when I do this

In AutoCAD Architecture on January 5, 2010 at 1:11 pm

“Don’t do that.”

Here is a recent glitch we encountered with ACA 2008.  We use Project Navigator, with our details set up as individual View drawings.  We then drag the defined Model Space Views in these drawings onto the Sheet to place the details.  Sometimes the wrong MSV is accidentally dragged into the Sheet, and the natural reaction to correct the error is to hit the ESC key.  For some users, if the ESC key is pressed before picking the insertion point for the viewport ACA crashes.   Read the rest of this entry »

Don’t Be Afraid – Prologue

In AutoCAD Architecture, CAD / BIM Manager on December 18, 2009 at 12:24 pm

Due in large part to a recent thread on the Autodesk forums, I am going to be reevaluating my content storage and delivery systems in AutoCAD Architecture.  That is, the style templates and tool palettes.

Style Templates

Currently all our AEC content exists in a single ‘style template’ drawing file.  The biggest reason for this setup is the complexity of the Display System, Read the rest of this entry »