Revit text Conversion Heights

Revit text Conversion Heights

2 thoughts on “Revit text Conversion Heights

  1. Hello Lawrence,

    Thanks for this really useful blog. It’s helped me a lot! With regards to fonts, do you know if there’s been any news on Revit creating a RomanS font? RomanS is the preferred font for our CAD users and it would be really handy if I could duplicate that font in Revit. Currently Revits RomanS is so thin its illegible, even in bold.

    Danny

    1. Hi Danny,

      There is a windows font for RomanS that is installed with Inventor but doesnt look as good as AutoCAD because you cannot apply a pen thickness. Most Revit templates are now using Arial. I know RomanS is traditional but this was unique to Shape Compiled Fonts.

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