Tuesday, August 26, 2008
more to follow...
I haven't worked with this latest plugin, but according to IES, there is now a seemless path for energy analysis that includes Sketchup and Revit.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Autodesk MEP Customer Council has released the results of their most recent survey on MEP Analysis. Over 190 members responded. Want to know more? Join the customer council or ask questions by sending an email to the councilmanager.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Instead of inserting and then moving or stretching, try holding the ALT key down while placing your annotation. Now you can insert it anywhere, even on top of existing annotation.
Works for me! See this in Action below.
What are you doing?
This year it will be easier than ever to find out about Autodesk University happenings by using Twitter. If you are already using twitter then click this link or the image shown on the left and hit the "follow" button to subscribe.
Not sure what Twitter is? Visit the twitter site and read up or get the cliff's note version by watching the following video created by the talented folk at common craft (See video below).
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Friday, August 15, 2008
This maintains all your annotation objects (text, arrow heads, stamps, etc.) as live editable objects instead of flattening them down to the background. Then when you realize that you want to edit that screencap again, you can simply double click on any of the intelligent objects to move them, change them, correct the spelling, etc.
My opinion: Snagit is the premier screencapture utility. I use it daily!