Volume computations are necessary in order for ElumTools to work properly (similar to other analytical tools). This is done automatically when you attempt to calculate a Room or Space. According to the Revit help, volume computations may have an effect on Revit performance. Warning: If you turn off volume calculations, all ElumTools calculations will be reset!
Why do I need to enable volume computations in Revit? Does this affect Revit performance? Print
Modified on: Thu, 12 Jan, 2017 at 3:45 PM
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