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    Default Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    This is just too funny......and a bit touchy when your German like me....

    http://architechure.blogspot.com/200...nein-nein.html

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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    Way funny.
    Don't drink the Kool-Aid...
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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    woah woah woah


    No, I won't tell you how.
    Joke, right?

    right?

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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    A. Phil worked for Revit.
    B. Phil worked for Autodesk.
    C. The screen shot has different icons than 2009.

    Do the math.
    Don't drink the Kool-Aid...
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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    Its too bad hes not sharing how he did it...

    I dont think i would do it anyway, but imagine the carnage if everyone else did, LOL...

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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    I thought the youtube vid was hilarious!
    But, I actually like the viewCube. Now, steering wheels are a different story...
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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    Phil wouldn't sell out and use Photoshop.

    It's obviously Microsoft Photo Editor.

    Seriously, are there any old-guard Revit people left at Autodesk? If not, will Autodesk please hire them back before we end up with a revit.cui disaster? I have this sinking feeling that Autodesk is going to make the user interface 'totally customizable', in other words 'you fix it'. BIM managers will be running around setting users machines to 'Revit Classsic Workspace' or 'Jay's Workspace for Conceptual Design' etc.
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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    lol... We've already had one incident where the UI did something wacky (while the computer was unattended) and it wouldnt go back to normal, At ALL. Thankfully, (at this point) completely wiping out the UI and starting from scratch doesnt take long. But yeah, i am not loving customizable interface...

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    Default Re: Rippon Boy & ViewCube Girl

    Very Funny!

    A side note: I first saw another version of this vid when it revolved around Hitler's surf trip:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjkv29Y5NhE

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    Brightened up my day - Best line??

    "...........I'll fire the bit*h who wrote the viewport cube!............"

    Classic - Gotta love it

    Cheers,

    Ian

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