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revitforbreakfast
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I know everything about Navisworks

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09-13-2011 11:15 AM

Thats what my ego tells me but my problem is that I don't know what I don't know. I use Navisworks in conjunction with Revit, I don't know it all but I'd like to!

 

I'm wondering if anyone can send me in a new direction with really advanced stuff to try in Navisworks?

 

Please knock me down a few rungs so I can feel normal again. Thanks for helping me learn.

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vvsoni
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Registered: ‎08-27-2011
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Re: I know everything about Navisworks

09-13-2011 05:03 PM in reply to: revitforbreakfast

Try out the API part in Navisworks and exporting in Google Earth. Slightly tricky but neat stuff

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|flyte|
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Re: I know everything about Navisworks

09-14-2011 08:25 AM in reply to: revitforbreakfast

Do you know why I in my Manage 2011 installation on Win7 64 bit doesn't allow me to pick a DWG loader version older than 2008, but my Simulate 2011 installation on XP allows me to pick all they way back to 2004?!?

 

Am I missing something? Heelp!

 

(just thought I would ask :smileywink:

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revitforbreakfast
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Re: I know everything about Navisworks

09-14-2011 08:38 AM in reply to: |flyte|

Slowly learning things I did not know. You may want to repost your question in the forum.

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dgorsman
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Re: I know everything about Navisworks

09-14-2011 11:30 AM in reply to: revitforbreakfast

I could use a template for a generic AutoCAD NWC/NWD exporter plug-in which will include arbitrary XData and Extension Dictionary/XRecord data in the objects...

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revitforbreakfast
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Re: I know everything about Navisworks

09-14-2011 11:33 AM in reply to: dgorsman

Very much regretting this post. :smileytongue:

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lee.mullin
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Re: I know everything about Navisworks

09-15-2011 02:21 AM in reply to: revitforbreakfast

Our Construction and Navisworks blog, Beyond Design should hopefully introduce new parts of the product and new workflows to you, there's also 'Submit a Tip' and 'Suggest a Topic' if you would like us to cover more.

 

http://blogs.autodesk.com/beyonddesign


Lee Mullin
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Autodesk Ltd.


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revitforbreakfast
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Re: I know everything about Navisworks

09-15-2011 06:36 AM in reply to: lee.mullin

Unfortunatley, work blocks blog sites. But I get the RSS feed through www.google.com/ig I recently got them to unblock the site. I get only text now no video or images.

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