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