It should be here:
And here is a sample of its contents:
And some registry locations for Autodesk Application Manager:
Did you know support of Sketchbook Designer is coming to an end? Check this out:
The main difference seems to be that Sketchbook Designer is / was a desktop design tool, while Sketchbook Pro is a sketching tool for tablets and stylus use. Personally, I will be be keeping Sketchbook Designer 2014 installed for a few years I think…
Sketchbook Designer 2014
Sketchbook Pro 2015 (aka 6.2 ?)
Sketchbook Pro 2014 is equal to 6.1
Sketchbook Designer (not Pro) can export vector formats such as DWG – you can also have Vector or Raster layer types:
Download PDF of slides at:
how to make using virtual systems a reality for architect’s implementing BIM within a multidisciplinary project team. After a short introduction covering the key steps, we will also be covering the following points:
Note: this event seems to be sponsored by Nemetschek Vectorworks.
Main page (click launch at the end of page):
Event Lobby (EVENT: 776647)
Exporting Navisworks View Names Directly to Text:
Quickly deleting all of your Navisworks sets (search sets etc) without waiting to select all the Items:
In Navisworks 2015, use Gourad Shader Style, Full Lights, Render set to Low:
“The BIM data from the Revit model can be imported or exported using a BIM data file format or using other formats. The available file formats are SDNF (Version 2.0 and Version 3.0), CIS/2, IFC, and PSS. “
Paolo has written a nice little macro that basically examines the Type parameters of a wall and then draws a Detail Line at the centreline of the wall – the Line Style is driven by the Parameter. The obvious use is for Fire Rating – you make a couple of Line Styles for different ratings, set the Fire Rating parameters on the wall, run this macro and then you have an instant fire rating plan.
To update a view, it seems that if you run it with nothing selected, it will ‘clear’ the previously created Detail Lines. Then, select the walls and run the macro – the Detail Lines are recreated according to the current parameter value.
Watch the video:
(note – the 15 part of the versioning now matches the Revit version ie. 2015)
Here is an interesting idea from Daniel Monsén: in the video below, he describes using bimframe connect (which I previously posted about a couple of times, including here) to translate data for a Revit project.
In simple steps:
The one comment I would make in addition to the video embedded below – if you want to quickly apply a formula to an entire column worth of data in Google Sheets, you should definitely use ARRAYFORMULA. If you put an array formula in the top row of a given column, it will apply itself to every cell in that column. For example:
=ArrayFormula( GoogleTranslate( B2:B ; “en” ; “nl” ) )
From: Daniel Monsén
Subject: Translate a Revit project into another language.
EDIT Harry said that the latest version is the one on Autodesk Exchange Apps
I previously posted about the ADN file upgrader here. Since then Harry has created a more powerful upgrader for Revit 2014 available on Exchange, and he has also released a 2015 version which is not on Exchange yet – see his post with direct download link below.
If you are ready to upgrade files to Revit 2015, here is a 2015 File Upgrader installer.
You do not need to restart Revit for the font mapping to take effect.