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Jack Carson
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Phasing

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01-06-2004 09:55 AM
We have been using the Phasing feature with Revit and would like to see this feature enhanced. We have found several ways to use Phases and end up using multiple phases. The “Combine With” tool is extremely valuable but you can only combine adjacent phases. We would like to be able to switch the sequence order of phases once they are created. Say, take Phase 10 of a project and move it either up or down in the phase sequence. To accomplish this, a tool like the “Move Up / Move Down” within the “Schedule Properties” dialog box would be great.
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: Phasing

01-09-2004 10:32 AM in reply to: Jack Carson
Isolate the object and change their phase properties. "Jack Carson" wrote in message news:29400150.1073411832176.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... We have been using the Phasing feature with Revit and would like to see this feature enhanced. We have found several ways to use Phases and end up using multiple phases. The "Combine With" tool is extremely valuable but you can only combine adjacent phases. We would like to be able to switch the sequence order of phases once they are created. Say, take Phase 10 of a project and move it either up or down in the phase sequence. To accomplish this, a tool like the "Move Up / Move Down" within the "Schedule Properties" dialog box would be great.
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