I am writing an all inclusive keynote expression that generates text
strings depending on element type. So far this is going well. One of the
items in the string is an element's classification, which I have
converted to natural language for this purp...
After moving our libraries to the BIM Server I removed them from my AC13
folder. We use the BIM Server Libraries on solo projects as well as TW
projects to keep things consistent. I just realized that AC will not
check for library updates if no libra...
I am confused by the BIM Server's backup schedule. It appears
straightforward but far fewer backups are being generated than my
setting would indicate. I have it set to backup every two hours, but
there are whole days where no backup occurs. The proj...
Here's a TW2/BIM Server question: Is there a way to define a path in the
Publisher / Public Sets Management such that saved files will end up on
the current users hard drive? I'm trying to avoid users defining public
sets that point back to their own...
I like to place the the name and path, along with the printing date, in
small text along the binding edge of my layouts. I just noticed that the
File Name and File Path autotexts do not work with shared projects. I
get the name/path of the last saved...
A couple more observations. 4) When independent segments are created the
Ending Node Offset becomes independent too, which is great since the two
ends can then have different settings. But like other custom settings in
this tool, you have to select t...
Thanks for digging into this Barry. I completely missed those offset
fields. Below are a few things I discovered as I worked the problem.
Please note that this project is in AC21. I will check my findings
against AC22 to see if anything has changed. ...
Related question. The default location of the posts is right over the
nosing whether you are using the pattern length option, magic wand or
whatever. That is shown in Barry's images and in mine. First, how can
that possibly be what I want? Second, wh...
I'd be amazed if Mr. Dumont ever returns to these forums after what has
transpired since his original post. But in case he does, I'll just say
Steven you are lucky to be part a community so passionate about their
BIM workflows. Regarding the original...