Monday, 8 August 2011

Finding gaps in room boundaries

When a Room isn’t bounded where it should be, it can be tricky to find the gap. You have to spend time putting in Room Boundary lines to narrow down the search.

How would it be if you could just pour (virtual) liquid into the Room, at the room’s origin, and watch while it flowed out to fill the room. You’d instantly see where Revit was finding gaps in the boundary, because that would be where the ‘liquid’ flowed out.

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