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Thu, May 2, 2013 at 12:37:22 PM | Beam cutbacks in Revit 2014

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mccoolj


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Is it just me, or did they take away the grip edit handles on the ends of beams in Revit 2014? I'm having to manually type in cutback dimensions in the properties palette to get my copes on beam to girder connections to look right. In previous versions, I could put a 1/2" cope in, and then drag the end of the over close enough to the girder centerline for the cope to take effect. Now I have to type it in. Am I missing something? Is this a side effect of the increased endpoint control they talked about?


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