Here is a new cool problem to solve, how to deal with mirrored doors on series of nested buildings.
When we flip a door using the flipping controls, the parameters HandFlipped & FacingFlipped are settled to true. This creates 4 states of door positions.
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La verdad es que no se como pude trabajar en Revit hasta ahora sin usar pyRevit. Para los que no la conozcan pyRevit es una libreria de scripts en python creada por Ehsan Iran-Nejad’s que se agregan a Revit dentro del ribbon.
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The truth is that I don’t know how I’ve managed to work in Revit without pyRevit. Ehsan Iran-Nejad’s pyRevit addin gives access to several python’s (IronPython) libraries scripts directly from Revit’s ribbon.
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This week we were asked to find a way to report how many elements a specific user had created. For this we code a small python script that uses the Revit API tool
WorksharingUtils.GetWorksharingTooltipInfo(Document, ElementID) to return the creator and the name of last user who edited it. (Thanks to JF for the idea)
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Esta semana se nos pidió conseguir una forma de reportar cuantos elementos se crearon por usuario. Para esto creamos este pequeño código de python que, usando WorksharingUtils.GetWorksharingTooltipInfo(Document, ElementID) devuelve creador y nombre de la ultima persona que edito un elemento dado. (Gracias JF por la idea)
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This is an old Revit macro I’ve created to align pipes to the bottom (BOP or BOI). It asks for a pipe to be used as reference and the pipes to be aligned. You need to create a new macro and paste the code below replacing all the content of the file. After this you will se a module named Align_Pipe
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The guys from Perkins+Will show us a few workflows to import geometry to Revit from different platforms.
The one l’d liked more was converting Rhino models into Revit families allowing the user to change the geometry. This can be done using Dynamo to import a SAT file exported from Rhino to create Forms inside a template family.
In honor of the past “Dia de los muertos” here in Mexico I’m bringing you today’s problem: the continuous struggle of bringing back to life the dead projects that fall on my desk…
Last week I’d an encounter of the third kind with a common issue on my company. We needed to number all ducts using a code name per branch. In the past we solved it with an specific add-in or uncountable hours doing one by one by hand.
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