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Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 12:24:03 PM | Ghost in the Machine

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I am finding that Revit is both a boon and a detriment to finalizing or creating projects. As per example. I worked late last night cleaning up and adding annotation to the floorplans. I opened the same ground floorplan this morning and all of my grids are over top one another with some showing grid bubbles in the middle of the plan.

Text leaders are off the mark etc.

It seems like I am doing more housekeeping with Revit than AutoCAD.


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Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 2:01:45 PM | Ghost in the Machine

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I can't say that I have ever had that problem. Revit has always worked amazing for me and once learned is much better than AutoCAD.  You must have somthing weird going on in your specific project.


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I have imported MEP and Struc models linked into my arch. View template created to hide their annotation. I am consistently turning or hiding itmes bu that should not have an effect on my anno I have no idea why my grids are doing this. I am pinning everything.


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Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 3:01:11 PM | Ghost in the Machine

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Are you linking their models or or you using a view?  If you only link their model, you don't have to hide their annotations except for levels and grids. 

 

Ahh... and you said imported..... Does that mean the MEP & Struct are CAD?  You don't say they are Revit. 

 

Your not changing the linked files - right?  Just reloading.


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Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 3:54:25 PM | Ghost in the Machine

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yes I have linked the rvt Consultants into our model. I would not change or revise the consult models. It is just weird that my anno in my model changes on its own.


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