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    #11
    yeah - I thought about using the ceilings too - but then I'd have a different type of ceiling for each type of room...Didn't want to deal with managing that. Since they would have ended up in a design option anyway to show the multiple layouts the schedule wouldn't have been such a big deal. I'm pretty sure they decided to go with masses - since you can schedule them and get area and volume etc out of them.

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      #12
      I maintain that Ceilings + Filters is the best method. I plan to show the method at my Revit training class in Boston, Massachusetts this Monday.
      Locker Plan.rvt - 3D View_ 3D Department Colors4.jpgfilter definition.pngFilters.pngMeterial definition for colors.png

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        #13
        Originally posted by truevis View Post
        I maintain that Ceilings + Filters is the best method. I plan to show the method at my Revit training class in Boston, Massachusetts this Monday.
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        So, now there's a new best solution, check this weblog. Any API Gurus care to recreate this???
        Martijn de Riet
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          #14
          If the guy on the blog can do this, I bet the Factory could give something even better--3D Rooms!
          I don't like the notion of chasing Masses around every time my rooms change size in a 20 story hotel!

          If 3D Rooms are not on the "Wishlists" they should be.........LOL

          Oh--and make sure that the 3D Rooms conform to my Tilted Walls!!!!!!!!

          edit: Added to Wishlist
          Last edited by cliff collins; April 5, 2011, 01:42 PM.
          Cliff B. Collins
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          The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
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            #15
            It shouldnt be that hard for them to implement, considering the geometry is already *there.* It shows up in DWF and IFC export, for crying out loud. And they confirm to my tilted walls already!
            Aaron "selfish AND petulant" Maller |P A R A L L A X T E A M | Practice Technology Implementation
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