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    Project Browser Issues

    Three issues that I have come across with the project browser/properties in 2014. Anyone else experiencing any of these?

    1. The Project Browser goes blank, or sometimes will display whatever is in the View window. Closing and reopening the browser does not resolve it. The only thing that seems to resolve it is to close and reopen the project.

    2. When I open Revit, Project Browser and Properties menus are missing, yet checked as on in the User Interface settings. I have to uncheck and recheck to bring them back.

    3. After closing a project the Project Browser and Properties remain open and displaying the properties of the last view open.

    Thanks, let me know your thoughts.
    Sarah Foulkes

    Not a Revit Robot

    #2
    Sounds like a graphics card issue to me.
    There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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      #3
      Originally posted by safoulkes View Post
      Three issues that I have come across with the project browser/properties in 2014. Anyone else experiencing any of these?

      1. The Project Browser goes blank, or sometimes will display whatever is in the View window. Closing and reopening the browser does not resolve it. The only thing that seems to resolve it is to close and reopen the project.

      2. When I open Revit, Project Browser and Properties menus are missing, yet checked as on in the User Interface settings. I have to uncheck and recheck to bring them back.

      3. After closing a project the Project Browser and Properties remain open and displaying the properties of the last view open.

      Thanks, let me know your thoughts.
      I have experienced items 1 and 2 here in R2014. For me, item 1 is resolved by just slightly resizing the Properties palette. Item 2 is resolved as you have noted. I've never seen item 3 happen here.
      I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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        #4
        For item 2, You can always assign a keyboard shortcut to the project browser (For me it's the number 1).
        I've found it to be specially good when you have only one monitor because you can have the properties palette and the project browser at full height
        Juan Carlos Moreno
        Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
        Sisley Cosmetics

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          #5
          Thanks for the responses. I'll look into the graphics card driver. And try resizing the window the next time it comes up. Also- great tip Juan! Definitely going to do that.

          Thanks!
          Sarah Foulkes

          Not a Revit Robot

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            #6
            Originally posted by safoulkes View Post
            1. The Project Browser goes blank, or sometimes will display whatever is in the View window. Closing and reopening the browser does not resolve it. The only thing that seems to resolve it is to close and reopen the project.
            I just wanted to follow up on this: One of the computers that was experiencing this had an out of date graphics card. We updated the card and have not had an issue since.

            Thanks again!
            Sarah Foulkes

            Not a Revit Robot

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              #7
              Originally posted by safoulkes View Post
              I just wanted to follow up on this: One of the computers that was experiencing this had an out of date graphics card. We updated the card and have not had an issue since.

              Thanks again!
              did you update the physical card or the graphics driver?
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              chad
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                #8
                Sorry that was vague - graphics driver!
                Sarah Foulkes

                Not a Revit Robot

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by safoulkes View Post
                  Sorry that was vague - graphics driver!
                  :thumbsup:
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                  chad
                  BEER: Better, Efficient, Elegant, Repeatable.

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