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    Changing font sizes of levels??

    Hi, i just want font sizes of levels how i can do it ??
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    #2
    See pictures.
    You can do that with your template.

    In general, in revit, almost everything is made by families. Datum elements (levels, sections, grinds, elevations symbols) are system families that make use of some components (like head symbol), and some of that components are real annotation families (you find them also by using file/ open/ families/ anotations). That real annotation families can be alterated to fit your needs. You can`t simulate any country standard aspect, but maybe some of your standards can be achived.
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      #3
      Originally posted by gaby424 View Post
      See pictures.
      You can do that with your template.

      In general, in revit, almost everything is made by families. Datum elements (levels, sections, grinds, elevations symbols) are system families that make use of some components (like head symbol), and some of that components are real annotation families (you find them also by using file/ open/ families/ anotations). That real annotation families can be alterated to fit your needs. You can`t simulate any country standard aspect, but maybe some of your standards can be achived.
      those pix are going to be rediscovered in 500 years and people will assume that they are a treasure map :laugh:
      I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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        #4
        yep some bidimensional digital maps with some handmade elemnts when the people use to have hands on their tools

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          #5
          Originally posted by gaby424 View Post
          yep some bidimensional digital maps with some handmade elemnts when the people use to have hands on their tools
          yep, it sort of reminded me of this
          I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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            #6
            Originally posted by gaby424 View Post
            yep some bidimensional digital maps with some handmade elemnts when the people use to have hands on their tools
            Me thinks more people have their hands on their tools nowadays, back then it was just hard work and skill.
            Motorbike riding is one long bezier curve

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              #7
              well in 500 years later scenario as Dave sugested, it`s possible our tools to be driven just by our minds . In present we still have the mouse in our hand. The mouse is still a tool

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