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    Default Architectural Wall Polylines

    I created some polylines based off of 1/8" scale to draw up some walls. They aren't used very often, but when editing scanned PDF's they work pretty good.
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    Your tool sets are interesting. I'll have to try and assign tools to layers. I feel like that could be handy in shop drawing review. I'm a structural engineer, but I work with MEP guys so I forwarded your tool sets to some of them. I just never thought of applying layers to my tool sets.

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    Thnak you. I have hoped someone would step up from Bluebeam and assist in tweaking them. However i still love the product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzuki750 View Post
    Thnak you. I have hoped someone would step up from Bluebeam and assist in tweaking them. However i still love the product.
    What tweaks do you feel your tool sets need?

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    Default Spec Bookmark Structure

    It may not be a tool set, but I created a Bookmark Structure (for Revu Extreme) for a general spec book. Doesn't have the fully detailed sections, but it's a place to start.

    It is a .xml file, so here is the link

    Download the .xml file, open Manage Structures, and import the .xml file.
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    Does anyone have any Isometric Tools?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley.englund View Post
    Does anyone have any Isometric Tools?
    Just curious what would you want Isometric tools for? Piping, walls, studs (CF or wood), etc...?

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    Depending on what you're looking for, Revu does include some isometric tool sets in the standard Profiles, or you can also check the Tool Set eXtensions on our website for additional tool sets with isometric symbols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley.englund View Post
    Does anyone have any Isometric Tools?
    There were a few files with ISO tools posted in this thread: http://communities.bluebeam.com/show...c-Piping-Tools

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