Posts filed under: New Features

Summary Batch load families allows you to create a group within the main application, then within Revit 2014 on-wards, load the entire group into the project. Steps 1. Create a group within the main Content Studio application and associate it...
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Summary The ‘Request Content’ tool is located on the ribbon within the main Content Studio application. It serves as a collaborative communication platform to request content which may be missing from your library.  Only your company has visibility of your...
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Summary The advanced search tool is located on the ribbon within the Content Studio Revit plugin. It can also be accessed from within Revit via the Content Studio Search Pallet. It allows the user to perform detailed searches through the...
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Summary The ‘View Detailed Image’ tool is located on the right click context menu after selecting a listing in either the main application or directly within the Content Studio search pallet in Revit 2014 onwards. This feature is available for...
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Yep, today was our launch day for the new Content Studio single user licence.  The single-user, standalone, solo version (call it what you like!) is now available for download (excuse the image pun). The Content Studio single-user edition allows users...
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A quick post to let you know the single user edition is on its way.  Its much cheaper but has reduced functionality.  We haven’t decided which features will make the cut just yet, but you should see it launching before...
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Now this really is a nice little tool our developers have added into Content Studio. We now have the ability to scan any files in the work in progress area to see if other versions exist in the main library....
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Well as the previous post suggests, we have now completed the Revit Architecture 2011 Metric Library import bundle available for download from the website here: http://cs4revit.co.uk/libraries Check out the download on the website and import the library bundle at the click...
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Don’t start from scratch… Import! It’s now possible to export a selection of approved items from the Main Library and also import them into other libraries elsewhere!  We see this having two major benefits: Firstly! it allows us to create...
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We have a great new utility in Content Studio which allows a Super user to manage the licences in a licence manager window.  Here you can invite users, delete users, change their roles, email one-to-many and generally control the licence...
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