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Revit schedules…the value more than adds up

Revit schedules…the value more than adds up

Traditionally, scheduling has been used in the design and documentation process as a way to convey project information in an organized table that various stakeholders can review and use. Whether it’s a door schedule, equipment schedule or means of showing room finish information for estimators, schedules were created by manually entering values into columns and…

Now you see it, now you don’t (or, what condition my condition is in)

We all know you can control visibility in families using a conditional parameter. Let’s say you need two types of curtain panel. One includes a shading device (the ‘yes’ condition) the other, does not include a shading device (the ‘no’ condition). To manage this you simply create a yes/no parameter, call it Shading Device and…

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