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View Poll Results: Of these two bugs, are either of them critical?

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  • Both bugs are critical

    1 7.69%
  • The spline in Split Faces is critical

    2 15.38%
  • The mirrored RPC objects bug is critical

    1 7.69%
  • Neither are critical

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Thread: Revit 2014 bugs - vote on their severity

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    Revit 2014 bugs - vote on their severity

    Two bugs I've found with Revit 2014 so far:

    1) Mirrored RPC objects won't appear when viewed in Realistic mode; though they do appear in all other modes
    2) Splines in sketches of split faces on objects cannot be edited after they've been created! Once you've finished the split face and re-edit it, you can't edit the spline points.

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    Im more concerned with what David Light pointed out to me today: Workshared files, EVERY TIME SOMEONE DOES A SWC it COPIES their Journal File at that instant, to a _log folder that sits next to the central file. Thats going to be a lot of data every day. At the end of today, a user on a moderate project has a journal file or 7.8 MB, and i have them save every 20-30 minutes. Thats 16ish MB an hour, per user, per project. Obviously thats only at the end of the day, since the journals are smaller at the beginning, but im nervous as all getout about this adding up as the days go on.

    Still waiting to hear back from the Factory on what the _Logs folder is used for.
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    I can see the Factory putting that in there so that user logs are available for analysis - the Who Deleted What and When thing, ya know?

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    Yes, but every single incremental journal, which makes them redundant over one another, and also nclude all data from in session that involves working on other projects? I can understand doing it, but thats a decent amount of storage space to do it and not tell anyone.

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    Sounds a little bit like how, when you edit a Family from a network drive, Revit automatically copies that file to your Journal folder.
    Those start sucking up a lot of (admittedly local) hard drive space, too.

    I'll make my own backups when and where I want to, thank you.

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    Has this got anything to do with the .xml files I now see alongside my project files? Ive opened of couple in excel but it just looks like a view list with some parameter settings.

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    Have you by any chance installed the Kiwi Codes Project Browser?
    That writes xml files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Have you by any chance installed the Kiwi Codes Project Browser?
    That writes xml files.

    I currently have the trial installed while I await funding. That'd be it then
    I was wondering why no-one had answered my seemingly simple question!

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    Update from Autodesk - they're not planning to fix this bug until the next major release of Revit - that is, until Revit 2015! Does anyone else find this unsettling? This is a pretty obvious bug, and it's not like Revit has a lot of these.

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