Clearing the Autocomplete List in Bluebeam Revu
Are you constantly seeing entries from past projects in the Autocomplete sections of Bluebeam Revu? I use Bluebeam for everything, including my taxes, so when I’m teaching classes I prefer not to see my utilities fill into those areas.
As a best practice, let’s dive into the Revu Preferences to clear these once in a while.
In Revu 2018, go to the Revu Menu>Preferences, in the resulting window click on the General section on the left and select Spelling at the top. Next to the Enable Auto-Complete checkbox, click on Manage…. You can now select the Category, this will show you all the remembered entries to select and clear individually or simply “Clear All”. Hope this simple tip makes a big difference for you today.
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Newport Beach, California, May 29, 2014 – U.S. CAD announces that its annual Hawaii Solutions Day user event has been scheduled for June 12, 2014. This half-day event features various sessions revolving around the latest in the Autodesk releases and this year, the event includes guest speaker Sasha Reed, the Director of Strategic Alliances at Bluebeam® Software.
Have you ever tried to import civil object layer settings from one file to another? Even if you try to use the Styles Import Wizard, those settings aren’t imported. In this video, I will show you how to do this quickly and easily!
The 2017 products are out and that means it is time to start doing new installs and creating images. Learn more about updating your License Manager tools with Philip Charlson.
If you are having difficulty creating a deployment only of your Revit install with your Building Design Suite, it is likely due to a known issue with the Revit Content Libraries. Philip Charlson shares a solution to this issue.
Have you noticed that when you create a new storm system in Autodesk Civil 3D 2015 or 2016 that the darn sumps are all set to 2.0, even when your rules specifiy them to be 0.0? Bill Neuhauser explains how to change this default value in Civil 3D. Learn more:
U.S. CAD partnered with Bluebeam’s Sr. Account Specialist, Greg Mosley, to bring you 6 major Bluebeam workflows that every government agency needs to start using now.
Do you use Autodesk’s Virtual Agent to download your Autodesk software? Have you ever mistook the ENU vs. ENG download? Doug Benoit explains the difference behind these different labels.
If you’re a Bluebeam Revu user, you’re probably familiar with the Highlight tool that is found under the Pen menu on the Markups tab. Today, we’re going to look at a different way that I like to highlight objects in Revu with the Snapshot tool.
Now, with Revu eXtreme 2015.5, hand-written notes are automatically filtered through the OCR engine and text is added to the Comments field in the markup. Read more from Ted Moberg about this Revu eXtreme 2015.5 update:
Kobi Toolkit for Revit, previously known as CGS Revit Tools, are a series of add-in utilities that extend the capabilities of Revit in various key areas. Philip Charlson shares his three favorite Revit productivity tools in the Kobi Toolkit.
In this short video, Ted Moberg shows how to use the iPad version of Revu to create a quick and accurate bid for a roofing job. Learn how this method can help essentially any trade that requires collecting information on site for a bid.
Greetings from the Infrastructure Universe! I have some really cool videos and tips for AutoCAD, Civil 3D, and more this month. There are also some recent updates from Autodesk. Read on for all of this month’s news.
Due to an upgrade of Bing Maps, support is ending for the Online Map Data feature for AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2014 products. Doug Benoit provides which products are being affected and offers a solution to access this feature.
Bluebeam Revu now offers improved options for Studio Sessions. Now, the number of files in a session has now been raised from 100 to 5000, and individual file sizes went from 100 megabytes to one gigabyte each! Learn more:
How many times have you reviewed documents on a project to find that a building has moved or been given a completely different footprint than what was shown in previous plans? Do you have a headache just thinking about it? Bluebeam Revu’s Compare Documents tool is an easy way to spot changes like this and address them right away.