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  1. That's what they are in the latest release...did...

    That's what they are in the latest release...did you turn off Internal Origin?
  2. That's the Project Base Point or Survey Point,...

    That's the Project Base Point or Survey Point, look under the Site category in Visibility/Graphics and turn those sub-categories off.
  3. Are their any floors above the level in your...

    Are their any floors above the level in your model, as Dave wrote...finish floors that are room bounding. If so that will usually interfere with Spaces.
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    I'd probably go with a railing...or build the...

    I'd probably go with a railing...or build the post into panel families.
  5. Maximize Extents means extend the selected...

    Maximize Extents means extend the selected grid/level to the "model extents", the whole model (3d elements)...not the view. You only use it once...
  6. If you're referring to construction sequencing...

    If you're referring to construction sequencing where tasks are place in order and often rearranged for costing and planning purposes then Revit phasing features are not ideal. The phase concepts and...
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    There are sample files in the C:\Program...

    There are sample files in the C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Revit 2020\Samples and the project files contain many families as well as the content that comes with Revit when you install it.
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    A couple strategy exist if you're in 2018 or new...

    A couple strategy exist if you're in 2018 or new Revit. First issue is just model to model relationships. The second issue is the site relationship. You could ignore the model to model and just focus...
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    One file defines the "site relationship" aka...

    One file defines the "site relationship" aka shared coordinates. If they used their Grid/Level model as you call it for that then all files need to acquire coordinates from that file. Assuming the...
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    There isn't a way to do that inside Revit...thus...

    There isn't a way to do that inside Revit...thus why Dynamo is involved...or write your own code/application.
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    I don’t understand.

    I don’t understand.
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    Can you share your coordinates list? In Dynamo...

    Can you share your coordinates list? In Dynamo you need to increase the size it can work with when values are very large.
  13. It will depend on the fitting and the slope you...

    It will depend on the fitting and the slope you want but you might be able to get the result. I find I can place a fitting, sketch a not sloped section and then sketch sloped section from either side...
  14. I get that. The notion of building curtain panel...

    I get that. The notion of building curtain panel families for casework so I can use them in curtain walls is entirely counter intuitive to me and for most firms entirely unexpected by a Revit user....
  15. Yeah, I don't get it either. What exactly is the...

    Yeah, I don't get it either. What exactly is the "win" going that route? It seems like it just adds an entirely unnecessary layer of complexity (curtain walls) to something fairly simple...place...
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    I wrote a blog post...

    I wrote a blog post that placed a family to mark property corners so I could sketch the boundary based on those values. You can re-purpose what I did to do what you describe.
  17. They (stock content) all use family...

    They (stock content) all use family parameters...so they don't cross into multi-category. Lack of imagination on their part I suppose. If you're managing your own content it's one thing to resolve...
  18. Are you using a multi-category schedule? Is that...

    Are you using a multi-category schedule? Is that the goal?
  19. Shared Parameters...roll your own for cross...

    Shared Parameters...roll your own for cross contamination
  20. Can you clarify what you mean? Geo located...

    Can you clarify what you mean? Geo located according to what? Using Civil 3D and/or AutoCAD Geomarker and Location features? Real World coordinates based on latitude/longtitude or coordinates from...
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    If you use Create Similar it will remember the...

    If you use Create Similar it will remember the values you used in the one you select first. You'll need to be able to select it first naturally.
  22. I heard they were going to phase out AutoCAD... ...

    I heard they were going to phase out AutoCAD...



    ...ducking...
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    Or just use the Cable Tray tool, sketch the first...

    Or just use the Cable Tray tool, sketch the first segment at an elevation and then enter a new elevation for the next segment and then drop the elevation back down to the previous.
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    Sadly it's easy, link a survey and start...

    Sadly it's easy, link a survey and start modelling on top of the property after ignoring the warning about the survey file's extents.
  25. Short answer, no other than it doesn't use...

    Short answer, no other than it doesn't use multiple cores very much. Your wallet and the hardware itself will hit a maximum before Revit will. The real question is how far above the minimum...
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