Im sorry for the let down here, from now on im back posting on aregular basis
So here to start… how many of you falls in that area?
My favortie quote:
Part of the reason for this lack of motivation might come from a lack of trust in organisation leaders,which is low . . . → Read More: Ok, new rule.
I think they are brilliant
yes i will get back to posting about BIM i promise
Happy New Year to everyone
I plan on getting back to my old habit from 2 years ago and post videos more often.
So im going to start with this very cool animation to get you in the mood
My good friends at LivingRoomCraftZ will be hosting RTC Europe next year.
Make sure you don’t miss it if you’re in Europe(or even if you’re not) because Delft is a wonderful city and Silvia & Martin are the best host ever.
Check out all the details here: http://www.cvent.com/events/rtc-2013-europe/event-summary-c1a669c3464c45969779b065420d88e3.aspx
Released here: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/dl/item?siteID=123112&id=20458011&linkID=10382102
And the enhancements/fixes are:
Core Functionality ■ An issue where saving some 2013 protein materials in the 2012 NWD file format could corrupt the model. Search and Selection Sets ■ Multiple performance issues when working with a large volume of selection and search sets. ■ An issue where some commands . . . → Read More: Navisworks 2013 SP2
If you are trying to track your addins, there is several places to look for:
C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Revit 2013\Program\AddIns
It started interesting until i noticed that Customizing the Visibility of Linked Models is not allowed….
What’s your take on it?
I couldn’t try on x86 machines but here’s a tip if your installation of the SP1 doesnt go through (Seems to be hanging).
Go to your Windows Task Manager
Under process kill the msi process that has the *32
Then turn on the PID under the view menu – Select Columns
Kill the latest . . . → Read More: Revit 2013 Sp1 on x64
Once again, Seth is right on the ball
I couldn’t be as active as i use to but there’s a few reasons why:
620m tall 250 000 m2 above grade New to BIM team
And most importantly…. crazy beautiful
Stay tune for more news on that project. Really wish i could post images . . . → Read More: Unfortunately