New Text Editor
There is also an Increment and Decrement List Value button, which will allow the first item in the list to be changed to a different value—however this is only done by clicking the button multiple times with no option to enter, say, higher values such as 103.
The image in Figure 4 shows multiple indents. This shows the maximum number of indents plus one. Currently, there are only four list options; Number, Uppercase Letter, Lowercase Letter and Bullet. Tab and Shift Tab work to increase/decrease indents.
Tangency Locks (Family Editor)
Calculated Values in Tags
One use for this new feature is to report the total occupant load based on the area of each room. However, we still cannot, unfortunately, use Shared Parameters in Schedule Keys. This limits the ability to select the occupancy type from a drop-down list and then use that selected value in a formula.
Figure 8 below shows an exterior elevation prior to any changes using this new feature.
This new feature makes it possible to edit one value and cause multiple dimensions and family types to update at once in a Revit project.
Energy Settings Dialog
Clicking Edit for Other Options reveals a secondary dialog box, shown on the right, with settings which can be thought of as optional, depending on the workflow. For example, when using Autodesk Insight 360, most of these “secondary” parameters are automatically varied between the worst and best inputs—one exception being Export Category (Rooms or Spaces) which effects what information is exported from Revit.
Also note the following:
- Include Thermal Properties is now Detailed Elements: Checking this option results in Revit using the thermal properties defined within the Revit elements and, thus, ignores (overrides where they are present) the Conceptual and Schematic Type settings.
- Divide Perimeter Zones is now Perimeter Zone Division
- The default Mode is now Use Conceptual Masses and Building Elements