I always find charming the feeling when you start learning something new, and nothing makes sense at the beginning. However, after some effort and time spent working on it, all the pieces come together. How sweet the change of mindset from “This is too much” to “Sky is the limit”! This is what happened to…
Transferring particular view templates from one Revit project to another can be troublesome from time to time. Put for example, when you tunned the last…
pyRevit allows us to create a customized toolbar, and in this post, we will see how this can be achieved. And best of all, no code compilation involved, chunks of code can be tested right away.
Placing grids dimensions in every view can be a tedious task but we can automate it! So here goes this Python script:
More often than not, drafters or modelers forget to fill in Drawn By or Checked By on the sheets due to lack of time and fast approaching deadlines.
Revit Python Shell, RPS, is a useful, a really useful tool to test Python scripts live. You can run what you type in the console to see the results and debug in a terminal as if it is in a Python console.
[pyRevit] allows you to use tools like Make Pattern that will save you heaps of time creating fill patterns directly inside Revit or Set Revisions on Sheets or Print Ordered Sheet Index.
A common question that I find myself answering often is: what should I learn to automate tasks and create my own Revit tools? Usually, my…
Removing Revit backups for families and project files can be, sometimes, a bit tedious. If you have folders and subfolders with tons of families or not work shared projects, backups can take a big portion of the storage and make it hard to find what you need.
The true power of Dynamo is to make accessible the Revit’s raw features and tools and adapt them to the user needs in an easy way.