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    Object Style Template

    hi again

    the Revit STR Temp in my office has every single line in " object Style" set to 3.
    does anyone know if I can find a standard Temp for structural Object Style?
    thanks and cheers

    #2
    Originally posted by sorati22 View Post
    hi again

    the Revit STR Temp in my office has every single line in " object Style" set to 3.
    does anyone know if I can find a standard Temp for structural Object Style?
    thanks and cheers
    TPS the object styles from the standard revit structural template if you dont have any other reference file or want to redo your existing? Someone may offer you theirs which might not exactly suit your office standards but might offer a better starting point than where you are now.
    Last edited by MPwuzhere; December 1, 2016, 02:37 PM.
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      #3
      Whats with the double posts...ive seen a few like this lately. :-/
      There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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        #4
        Thanks Elton Williams
        from this point on I will check with you if my question are good enough or not !!!!!
        the default temp here has everything set to 1

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          #5
          Originally posted by elton williams View Post
          Whats with the double posts...ive seen a few like this lately. :-/
          It is a slightly better version of having 2 posts. I guess something in a software update creates the post like you see above instead of having two posts that someone has to go and delete.
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            #6
            Originally posted by elton williams View Post
            Whats with the double posts...ive seen a few like this lately. :-/
            If you see this happen to your posts, you can quickly edit out the duplicate. Don't think you can delete a duplicate post without mod help.
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              #7
              Originally posted by MPwuzhere View Post
              If you see this happen to your posts, you can quickly edit out the duplicate. Don't think you can delete a duplicate post without mod help.
              Whenever I see that a duplicate post may occur, I simply close out of the forum and open back up again to see one post. Works every time. The trick is to not click the post button more than once.

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              Originally posted by MPwuzhere View Post
              If you see this happen to your posts, you can quickly edit out the duplicate. Don't think you can delete a duplicate post without mod help.
              Whenever I see that a duplicate post may occur, I simply close out of the forum and open back up again to see one post. Works every time. The trick is to not click the post button more than once.


              Now this is entirely different than what I was referring to. Interesting.
              Last edited by Charles Karl; December 1, 2016, 03:20 PM.
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                #8
                Originally posted by Charles Karl View Post
                Whenever I see that a duplicate post may occur, I simply close out of the forum and open back up again to see one post. Works every time. The trick is to not click the post button more than once.

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                Whenever I see that a duplicate post may occur, I simply close out of the forum and open back up again to see one post. Works every time. The trick is to not click the post button more than once.


                Now this is entirely different than what I was referring to. Interesting.
                Exactly that ^^ I did not hit the post button twice. It must be a software bug.

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                Originally posted by Charles Karl View Post
                Whenever I see that a duplicate post may occur, I simply close out of the forum and open back up again to see one post. Works every time. The trick is to not click the post button more than once.

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                Whenever I see that a duplicate post may occur, I simply close out of the forum and open back up again to see one post. Works every time. The trick is to not click the post button more than once.


                Now this is entirely different than what I was referring to. Interesting.
                Exactly that ^^ I did not hit the post button twice. It must be a software bug.
                There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by elton williams View Post
                  Exactly that ^^ I did not hit the post button twice. It must be a software bug.
                  what? what?
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