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Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 11:20:40 AM | Revit 2014 Crashes When Moving Staircase

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Hi all,

In a project I've been working with for several days without this problem, suddenly today I'm encountering this: when moving a certain staircase in the project Revit stalls ("Not Responding") for a long time and I need to restart Revit. It's not 100% reproducible, but it's happens about 50% of the time, and only when moving this certain staircase (about 4-5 times today).

The only thing I know have changed since this started to occur is that I've exported (transferred) the stair type along with other assets to related projects, so this might have something to do with it?

I understand this is a vague bug report, but maybe someone has a hunch what this can be and an easy fix that I've missed. I've worked with bigger/more demanding projects on this PC before so I don't think it's a hardware issue.

 

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Erik

 


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Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 10:02:57 PM | Revit 2014 Crashes When Moving Staircase

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just a couple of questions:

Is the stair created by run, or by sketch?

Is any of the stairs 'locked' to any other model element?

 

I also have had stairs mis-behave on me. My only fix at the time was to delete the offending stair and create it again from scratch (usually by sketch).


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Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 7:49:11 AM | Revit 2014 Crashes When Moving Staircase

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Hi David,

 

The stair was created by run, and it's not attached to any other element. I've tried making copies of it and deleting the original and had no more crashes since, but on the other hand I haven't moved it around lately. 


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Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 1:18:58 PM | Revit 2014 Crashes When Moving Staircase

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Three things to try that I can think of right now:

1. try to cut the stair and paste (same place)

2. open the file with audit

3. see if you have any warnings related to the stairs, maybe they will give you a hint what’s wrong.



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Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 9:26:47 AM | Revit 2014 Crashes When Moving Staircase

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Thanks for your input, after replacing the stair with a copy I've had no more problems.


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