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    Default Small Icons - Big Icons in revit open box


    http://www.users.on.net/~stevevk4sjh/smallicons.jpg

    is what I'm talking about - the open box, we have shortcuts setup on the left, but every time we have to right click and go to small icons, is there a registry entry or something for this?
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    Default Re: Small Icons - Big Icons in revit open box

    Nope! One of those UI annoyances. That, and the fact that Revit doesn't remember the path for last place you were when browsing. Of course if you are there a lot you can always add the location to the list of file locations ,and if you add too many folders to that list the big icons make you scroll down anyway

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    Default Re: Small Icons - Big Icons in revit open box

    Bummer, might have to submit it to Autodesk as a wanted feature, can't be too hard to implement!
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