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    Revit Technical Specialist - Autodesk Scott D Davis's Avatar
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    You guys friggen ROCK!!!!! Thanks for all the continuous hard work on release after release!

    I've been playing with 6.1....and you might as well call it 7.0 with all of the new features! This does not seem like a point-release at all! Conditional formulas and parametric visibility control alone are by far the two biggest developments we have seen! uffy:

    Thanks for giving us Revit, and thanks for making work FUN! Here's to you, Mr. Parametric Change Engine BIM man! (a US BudLight beer commercial....)
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    here here!

    i'll drink to that
    Chris
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    Scott,

    You missed ellipses and transparent filled regions, not to mention quick dimensioning of an entire surface. Heck, I'm bowing as I type.

    OUCH, my head just hit the keyboard. That hurts! Now I've got a Dell logo imprinted in my forehead.

    You Revit guys ROCK! Great job. Thanks.

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    Now I can sweep along elliptical paths! This means a major design client here in our area will now be interested in Revit.

    Seeing additions to the "modelling" list is always a major event for me...
    Wes Macaulay LEED AP
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    My god, I'm only out of work for one day and I miss a new release.
    Regards, Paul.

    "If I have seen further it is by standing on ye sholders of Giants" - Sir Isaac Newton.

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