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Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 7:26:43 PM | Revit LT 2014 - In-Place Families editing

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What?  

Revit LT 2014 disabled editing models in place!?!

Why is Autodesk doing this?  Just when I was getting excited about the products and services of Autodesk, they remind me what they really are.  

 

They just went and turned off this functionality.  Is this true?  

 

Im switching back to 2013.  My firm only has Revit LT and honestly without being able to do in-place families, this software is basically useless.  Unless you are modeling bland, square rooms with vinyl base molding and armstrong ceilings and thats about the extent of what you are doing.  This is going to be what keeps small firms from integrating Revit.  Only the big firms can afford revit, and the small firms cannot afford it, and cannot do the projects in LT because of this.

 

Maybe Autodesk doesnt really care about small firms.

 

Probably.

 

Carl Bass plays himself off as such a cool guy but look at how this company operates.  It is basically putting the small guy over the barrel on this one.

 

Hrmph.

 

 

 

 

 


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Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 8:26:07 PM | Revit LT 2014 - In-Place Families editing

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Here is a list of the 2014 LT version vs the full version.

http://www.autodesk.com/products/revit-lt/compare/compare-revit-products

 

You can model in place walls but it appears that is it.  While I understand your frustration, if Autodesk puts all of the same features of the full version in the LT version what is the point of the LT version?  You can still create families and load them into your project no? Cost does make it hard on some small firms.


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