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Wed, Apr 4, 2007 at 7:05:57 PM | Room Tags on Reflected Ceiling Plan. Why so difficult!

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One of the basic benefits of BIM is you have info that shows up in multiple places and if anything changes then it is automatically updated.  Why is it so hard to get Room Tags showing in multiple views?  I have to manually place them in "callout" plans.  Have found no way for them to be all on or all off on large scale plans intended to show more plan details and dimensions.  (Is it better to make duplicate with detailing copies of the plans, change to a larger scale, and then crop to the area highlighted.  How do you get the detail referenced correctly on the plan if you have to do it manually?) Now, I find no way to have room tags appear on reflected ceiling plans at all.  Autodesk support is stumped as well, so far.  They promised to get back to me and so far, nothing.  I even tried to copy the room tags from the plan to the clipboard but Revit won't let me paste the room tags to the reflected ceiling plan!  I am hoping one of you guys has a solution.

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Wed, Apr 4, 2007 at 7:27:52 PM | Room Tags on Reflected Ceiling Plan. Why so difficult!

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I've always wished that I could "Tag All Not Tagged" Rooms which would make you problem of having to duplicate work a little easier.

About your no room tags in RCP, I have no issues when trying to tag a room in RCP in my current project. The only way that I could duplicate your problem was to set the height of the room definition too low for the view range to intersect it. At that point the rooms become untaggable. I'd check the height of your room definitions and your view range to make sure that they aren't just missing each other. Other than that I can't figure out why it would work in mine, but not in yours.



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Wed, Apr 4, 2007 at 9:21:33 PM | Could be a "maybe its me" moment, but.......................

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..............I can insert a room tag on the RCP but I get that "duplicate room tag" warning so Revit thinks I am inserting a new tag on top of the one already in the floor plan.  All I want to do is reveal the room tag that is already there.  I will check the settings to see if that miraculously solves my little problem.  Thanks for the comments.

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