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    mysterious keynote showing up 2017

    i am using "user keynotes". on only one sheet there is a keynote that shows up in the keynote list on the sheet. it is not at all a keynote, it is just text. i checked the txt file where the keynotes are coming from and I cannot find that particular sting on text anywhere in the txt file. I am attaching screen shots of the keynote list that is on the sheet, the path that is directed to the txt file and the actual txt file.
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    #2
    I wonder if an element got tagged using a different keynote file and it's just legacy because it's tagged in a view somewhere.

    *** Well scratch that, changing the keynote file returns the keynote as a ?, which makes sense. It can't find what it's looking for ***
    Last edited by cheinaranta; July 26, 2017, 05:07 PM. Reason: Tested my theory out
    Chris Heinaranta | Architectural Technologist

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      #3
      Is it a schedule header?

      Edit: Or, in 2017 something fancy with the title, since it looks like that comes from the schedule? I'd try turning one or both off to see.
      Last edited by jmk; July 26, 2017, 05:25 PM.
      Julie Kidder
      Architect + BIM Director
      Hartman + Majewski Design Group

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        #4
        If we are talking about the "---Accessibility", then the property in question is the "Key value", not the keynote text. The Key value can actually be edited in Revit to be independent of the text, and therefore would not be in the keynote txt file. If this is the case you could use the "Highlight in Model" function to find the element. If that does not work, then you can use Ideate Explorer.
        Glynnis Patterson, Architect
        www.ideatesoftware.com

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          #5
          Originally posted by GlynnisPatterson View Post
          If we are talking about the "---Accessibility", ...
          The Key value can actually be edited in Revit to be independent of the text, and therefore would not be in the keynote txt file. If this is the case you could use the "Highlight in Model" function to find the element. If that does not work, then you can use Ideate Explorer.
          I tried this out just now and would agree with Glynnis about what happened.
          Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


          chad
          BEER: Better, Efficient, Elegant, Repeatable.

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            #6
            So did I...

            Select the keynote tag, change the value in the properties palette and it schedules with nothing to be shown in the keynote file. Pretty much defeats the purpose of a keynote file. My gut feeling is you shouldn't be able to do that. Now, on the other hand... is there a situation where this would be a benefit?
            Chris Heinaranta | Architectural Technologist

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