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Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 3:30:25 PM | Navisworks Manage 2016

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Been using Navisworks for quite sometime.........

Just a query I don't agree with the popular Clash Detective test naming convention of Consultant versus Consultant. I see that versus used in most navisworks tutorials and protocol. It seems a little aggressive like an IT fight club. What we use is different and I wondered if anyone else uses another terminology instead of versus


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Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 3:53:32 PM | Navisworks Manage 2016

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It is the correct term - look it up.  "as compared to or as one of two choices; in contrast with:"  It is not being used in a legal or sports context.


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Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 6:25:52 PM | Navisworks Manage 2016

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What do you mean "look it up"? I have reviewed it over numerous sites and was just looking for an opinion from fellow colleagues

I might be the first to say this but not the first to think it. WWHub you come across like an arrogant curse. I as well as many others have experienced the sting of your comments.

I mentioned to a group of BIM leads in Canada there is this guy on Revit City who tears people apart for simple questions asked or replies with inane dumbass answers and they all said Who? WWHub?

I hope I get to meet you at the next AU so we can have a chat.

Sincerely

Canada


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