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Yesterday at 10:27:09 PM by aleschper | Views: 5 | Comments: 0

The subject is not 100% accurate, but it is as close as I can get to describing my issue.
When I enter a rectangular size that requires an internal stiffener, the stiffener name appears in the "...
Yesterday at 07:27:46 PM by edsharp | Views: 21 | Comments: 2


   is there a way to read the item fitting type (straight or fitting) either in scripting or lisp ....

i want to populate a custom data field for pipe to repor...
Yesterday at 04:11:09 PM by ShawnBassplayer | Views: 27 | Comments: 0

Here's one for ya guys.  I have some underground sloped pipe.  I need to add a horizontal takeoff.  It needs to come off the top of the sloped pipe.  How would you guys do this efficiently. 
Oct 16, 2018, 07:35:09 PM by dopefish | Views: 80 | Comments: 2

So I have an old database that I am phasing out. We started some projects with it and now I have to provide support for it until we can put it in it's grave. So we made a networked copy of it so some ...
Oct 16, 2018, 07:26:38 PM by cadbob | Views: 70 | Comments: 2

Does anyone have the Revit 2019 Compatible CID List?
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