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*Patrick Hughes
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Revit File Extensions

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06-13-2007 07:42 AM
Sorry for the dumb questions. I'm working on a program for AutoCAD drawings
and if possible would like to include functionality for Revit files.

I know the Rvt file extension is the Revit file type. Does a thumbnail of
this file type appear in Windows Explorer? Is there another Revit file typ
that appears as a thumbnail in Explorer.

If the answer to either of these questions is yes, would any of you be
interested in testing the program?

Thank you,

Patrick Hughes
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Message 2 of 3 (6,670 Views)

Re: Revit File Extensions

06-15-2007 12:23 PM in reply to: *Patrick Hughes
The answer is Yes, when looking under windows explorer using the Thumbnails setting you can see the last view that was saved in the Revit model. Works with .RVT .RFA. RFT

Not sure exactly what the program is so I can't answer the willing to test part.

Bill
*Patrick Hughes
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Re: Revit File Extensions

06-15-2007 02:57 PM in reply to: *Patrick Hughes
Thanks Bill,

I have a preliminary page up the has a couple of screen shots and a brief
description. The screen shots do not show Revit extensions but I've worked
it into my program.

http://www.engds.com/Products/DwgGrid/DwgGrid.html

If it looks like something you would like to try please e-mail me

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Patrick Hughes

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The answer is Yes, when looking under windows explorer using the Thumbnails
setting you can see the last view that was saved in the Revit model. Works
with .RVT .RFA. RFT

Not sure exactly what the program is so I can't answer the willing to test
part.

Bill
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