I love speed. When I snowboard, I love going fast. Really fast. When I longboard, I love going fast, too, but the consequences of falling are an order of magnitude higher. Snow can be soft and forgiving (sometimes, at least) but pavement is going to leave a mark. Back in the early days of […]
Frequently, we have are asked on customer support to make hardware recommendations for Revit users. Being that hardware technology advances fairly quickly, we can’t make specific recommendations on what hardware to buy. However to be helpful, we typically ask several questions about the scale of projects, amounts of rendering and then we will make some […]
Autodesk provides a vehicle to download individual product for installation, in the Virtual Agent. Often, with our Design Suites, we would like to install only one or two products, not the entire suite. Whatever the need may be for your web-based download, other than your subscription site, you can access the Virtual Agent for the […]
Typically to provide the most rapid response for helpdesk cases, we recommend that when submitting notes on user issues to send screen shots of errors that occur to cause loss of use and the steps taken that you encounter it. Where issues pertaining to the ALDM occur, the complexity and variety of possible problems require […]
I use the Orient to View option on the View Cube frequently, always looking for new ways to exploit it. Recently was a first for a customer request. This customer is not only design, but also fabrication-based, and required drawings of their Revit models that were viewed from below. Not a Reflected Ceiling Plan, but […]
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