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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    ****The thoughts in my head****

    Counting computers in my head…..30,31,32….
    Counting computers for the Structural Engineers….7,8,9……
    Ok I just convinced management to move all future projects to 8
    When 8.1 comes out what happens to Revit Structures, will they work together? Or will a new release of Revit Structures release call Revit Structures 1 1/2

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Macaulay
    RB8.1 is a major release. I think it will have Coordination Monitor, and will offer other new features and improvements. The numbers of the product lineup will require some coordination...

    Revit Structure is out now, and works with RB8.

    Revit Structure 2 will release with...
    Revit Building 8.1

    Revit Structure 3 will release with...
    Revit Building 9
    Revit Systems 1

    I'm also under the impression that the download page for RS just isn't up yet... I will find out if I can!

    Good show my friend

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    I should note that the naming of the programs is unofficial. So Revit Structure 2 is just the second release of the software.

    Remember that Revit Series 1 and 2 became Revit Series 8...
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    I would like to see them keep the same "revision" number...less confusing!

    Revit Building 9.0
    Revit Structures 9.0
    Revit Systems 9.0

    That would keep the "what version are you on?" confusion from happening. "So you are on Systems1, and you guys are on Structures 2, so we need to be on Builing 9......"
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Davis
    I would like to see them keep the same "revision" number...less confusing!

    Revit Building 9.0
    Revit Structures 9.0
    Revit Systems 9.0

    That would keep the "what version are you on?" confusion from happening. "So you are on Systems1, and you guys are on Structures 2, so we need to be on Builing 9......"
    In that case, perhaps they should just take a cue from ACAD and start calling it "Revit Building 2005"/"Revit Structures 2005"...but then, what would they do for multiple releases in the same year. So I suppose either I just had a good idea or a bad one I just talked myself out of...

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Davis
    I would like to see them keep the same "revision" number...less confusing!

    Revit Building 9.0
    Revit Structures 9.0
    Revit Systems 9.0

    That would keep the "what version are you on?" confusion from happening. "So you are on Systems1, and you guys are on Structures 2, so we need to be on Builing 9......"
    I agree this would be much easier for co-ordination.
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    This is going to bring up the issue of what version of Revit people use... it will have to be coordinated right from the start.
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Or they could just add a save as Revit (insert old version here) function.

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Quote Originally Posted by andrebaros
    Or they could just add a save as Revit (insert old version here) function.
    If it were only that easy...."Yeah, just add it in, whats the problem??"
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    No, not easy, probably imposible, but maybe easier than getting all the disciplines to use the same version.

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