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    I did a quick search but didn't see what I needed. Can anyone point me to a document that lists which types of "warnings" are more critical to file performance? I know that there is a general concensus that calculation based warnings, i.e. rooms versus line off axis are more detrimental to file performance. Just curious if anyone has ever seen a White Paper or some sort of quantitative report.
    Brian Beck
    Project Coordinator - Stantec
    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/brian-beck/4b/57a/332

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    I have seen information floating around on blogs etc, but I dont recall a specific whitepaperof any kind

    A good starting point if you havent already come across it is this Model Performance Technical Note (1mb PDF)

    Most of the information is in that document, but it isnt focused just on warnings
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    http://www.revic.org.au

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      #3
      Its not quantitative in the sense of "being from the Factory" but in an OLD OLD post on my blog, i went through and compared the differences. Theyre massive.
      Aaron "selfish AND petulant" Maller |P A R A L L A X T E A M | Practice Technology Implementation
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        #4
        our BIM Managers found that one of the big ones is "element is joined but does not connect" or whatever the exact wording is for that. It's best to just click "unjoin" when the warning pops up to begin with...

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          #5
          Recently audited a file, a fair few errors but most of those were XXXXXX is slightly off axis and may cause inaccuracies

          XXXXX being line. area seperator etc.

          The software should understand that architecture is not restricted to 90deg building elements, note to Factory.

          Greetings from London

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            #6
            Originally posted by psteel View Post
            Recently audited a file, a fair few errors but most of those were XXXXXX is slightly off axis and may cause inaccuracies

            XXXXX being line. area seperator etc.

            The software should understand that architecture is not restricted to 90deg building elements, note to Factory.

            Greetings from London
            Only if architecture was restricted to 90deg elements... but since its not...:banghead::whiskey::whiskey::banghead::whisk ey:

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              #7
              Actually, the fact that it flags a warning due to lines being slightly off-axis is great IMO, as I can't tell you how poorly some people draft in Autocaad and this 'feature' tends to cause people to draft in Revit more acurately. Yes buildings are not always orthogonal, but this saves more problems than it creates for us.
              Darryl Store - Associate (BIM)
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              Twitter: @darrylstore

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