here is a FAQ i got from the Revit Clinic Blog: http://revitclinic.typepad.com/my_weblog/2012/09/r
Since all the features of Revit LT are already contained in Revit, this forum contains information about any feature of Revit LT. Maybe a simple addition to the signature indicating that the user is using Revit LT would be enough? That way, we all could be gathered the same place. Just my opinion...
Since all the features of AutoCAD LT are already contained in AutoCAD, this forum contains information about any feature of AutoCAD LT. Maybe a simple addition to the signature indicating that the user is using AutoCAD LT would be enough? That way, we all could be gathered the same place. Just my opinion...
The issue that arises are Full Seat users offering fixes that are not viable, at least in AutoCAD LT.
Most revolve around "How is it even possible to use LT without access to Lisp?"
I'll claim ignorance since I do not know if it is actual prgramming features like Lisp that are not available or if it is only features like native Photo Rendering that have been hobbled.
The idea of a Revit LT Forum would be that those participating would know these limitations and not offer solutions that cannot be implemented.
I currently don't think that the split would be warranted as I believe that the majority* of solutions / work-arounds that work in the full program would still work with LT. If there was a separate forum for LT, then there will definitely be many redundant issues posted in both forums, because the user with LT is not going to search the primary forum, and the user with the full version would be unlikely (I imagine) to search the LT forum. However, there MUST be some sort of tag for Revit LT.
There are already redundancies between the three flavor forums as "platform" (applies to all three) questions are posted in he forum that corresponds to the user's flavor. If an MEP user has a question about text types, is he going to search the Arch forum first? Likely not. AUGI has a separate forum for "General Platform" questions, but I think that they over-diversified their Revit forums.
*This is just my initial opinion without really evaluating LT myself.
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