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    Autodesk Revit 2014 Info Page

    Revit 2014 officially announced here: Revit | Building Design and Construction | Autodesk
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    Looks good, thanks...

    My favourite :
    Displaced views!
    Non-rectangular crop regions!
    Better schedules! (although I don't think there will be many improvements...)

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    Read David Light's summary - Autodesk-Revit Blog.

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    New logo!

    Enhanced schedules? Displaced views?

    Awesome !

    Plus the materials UI has been remade - YEAAAAAAAAH
    Last edited by Cyus; March 26th, 2013 at 08:37 AM.

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    Yes, materials UI (i stayed at 2012 version simply because of that). Still no working perspective view (Vasari can do it pretty good but Revit can't?) though and i guess Displaced views will not work in perspective view either which is a huge disappointment. Room calculation point means we can provide Room finish schedule since finishes will know where they are located?
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    my faves-

    displaced views, lots of fun to be had there (maybe first wishlist item for 2015-animation?)

    parameter variance for groups + better schedules this just might give me the functionality I've been whining about for ages

    dockable window framework...+5 depending on actual functionality, are we stuck with 1 tabbed window or can we go multiple and arrange as we please? If this functionality extended to viewports +10!

    Maybe alternate dimensions will get the US to at least start thinking about metric (or maybe not )

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerb0z View Post
    Room calculation point means we can provide Room finish schedule since finishes will know where they are located?
    What I've read on David's blog, the calculation point is only available in families, not system families. So you probably can't assign materials to a calculation point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew P View Post
    What I've read on David's blog, the calculation point is only available in families, not system families. So you probably can't assign materials to a calculation point.
    Damn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerb0z View Post
    i guess Displaced views will not work in perspective view either which is a huge disappointment.
    Displaced views DO work in perspective.

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    Double click to edit is one of the biggest functional improvements and I don't even see it on the Autodesk list!

    Also, the Materials UI improvements will be worth upgrading as soon as I get this thing downloaded, not on Autodesk's list either!?

    Everything else is just icing on the cake.

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