If you have multiple Revit versions installed in your computer you may already have run into this issue before. When you double click the .rvt file and it doesn’t open in the Revit version that you want because there is no default, or the installation got corrupted and now it doesn’t open at all. (This also happen when you uninstalled a later version of Revit).
You might think the obvious solution is to go to the control panel, and then set default programs, or choose default apps in windows 10. If you do that you will soon found out that it doesn’t work, then you go to repair Revit and after waiting hours you find out that it doesn’t work either… Frustrating right? Continue reading “Set Revit Project Default Opening Version”
QR Codes were first created to help in the manufacturing process. In 1994 Denso Wave, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation, created a Lean Manufacturing Process which is a systematic method for the elimination of waste within a manufacturing system.
So by Definition QR Codes (Quick Response Code) are LEAN and quite versatile, they are able to store many different types of data like Contact information, URLs, Email Address, Geo Locations or just plain text. Using them for retrieving the information is quite easy and inexpensive too. Continue reading “Revit QRCode Generator”
So what better way to start my first blog post than with the classic “Hello World”. Well not really the normal Hello World as the one on the Walkthrough: Hello World
TaskDialog.Show("My Window Title", "Hello World");
but a little more exciting one that introduces some cool challenges like the one in the picture below.
Continue reading “Hello World From Revit”