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November 10, 2010


I do something a little tricky - I leave the default mark values to be automatically generated by Revit, and then I create a 'Shared Mark' parameter - I use this for door numbering and scheduling. This tricks Revit - Revit doesn't care if two elements have the same 'Shared Mark'.

As with all workarounds - use with care. Its not 'best practice' BIM...

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Thanks Luke... however, the underlying issue here is that Revit auto-assigns mark values. I'll clarify my modifying the original post.

I had difficulty in setting up the "Clear Mark Values" management routine. Could you demonstrate (via you tube) the creation of the management sets from scratch? Thanks!

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