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    Revit 2015 R2 Now Available

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    Yes sir. Nice bunch of additional enhancements.

    -Automated Hyperlinking for PDFs (golden nugget for the Firm)
    -Changing Background color to something other than inverted
    -Searching in the Drop Down menus and Type selector (thats the golden nugget for me)

    Deploying it this weekend. Thanks Autodesk!
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    "Work in Perspective Views"--which commands?

    Oh--and "Site Tools"!!!!!!!?????? ( Eagle Point, as suspected.)

    But no Tilt Wall Tool!!!!!
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    The Site Builder (aka Site Works) is not part of R2, it is a separate download that was also made available today, to subscription users. Id be careful installing it, since there are a few... Unexpected gotchas, using Site Builder aka Site Works, with revit versions newer than 2013 that incorporate Linked View Templates.

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    And KUDOS to Autodesk: The Linked PDF Hyperlinking works flawlessly with relative pathing. So even if you plot to PDF as MULTIPLE SHEETS like we do, the links STILL WORK. GREAT job guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    And KUDOS to Autodesk: The Linked PDF Hyperlinking works flawlessly with relative pathing. So even if you plot to PDF as MULTIPLE SHEETS like we do, the links STILL WORK. GREAT job guys.
    This is reason enough to move projects to 2015.
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    So I took a shot and installed the site designer, all I get are errors when trying to place streets and other items. I'll have to try and dig into it more when i get some time. Anyone else using it already?

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    Just a quick CYA question.. I understand that
    "Fully compatible with the existing Revit 2015 releases, R2 does not have a file format change and installs without disrupting ongoing work in Revit 2015."
    So does this mean that I don't necessarily have to install it on every machine in my office at the same time? Someone working with R2 will be fine working in the same project who is only in R1?

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    Given that the installer actually says WU4, and that's what Revit reports in About, I think it's prudent to treat it like any other web update; everyone in a workshared environment must have the same version, but in a linked environment it's isn't an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pivoarch View Post
    So I took a shot and installed the site designer, all I get are errors when trying to place streets and other items. I'll have to try and dig into it more when i get some time. Anyone else using it already?
    Make sure the view you are in does NOT have a View Template Linked to it.

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