For those of you that play with the Revit API to create your own custom Add-Ins, this new resource may prove very useful. Peter Boyer from the Dynamo team has built a website for the Revit API help files to make them more accessible, with improved search functionality. The website can be found at revitapisearch.com.
Those who currently use Family Browser will most probably be aware of the recent update released last week. The functionality doesn’t appear to have changed other than the ability for Family Browser to now be fully integrated within the Revit 2014 user interface. Don’t get me wrong, this is a massive [...]
Have you ever wondered how to get Revit to do more for you? How about automated geometry creation or optimisation of designs? Or you’ve thought about getting into computational design but you’re a bit scared of programming or don’t know where to start? Then you’ll want to check out Zach Kron’s recent post
Well there’s good news, it was released last week and now, a few days later, an updated download implementing a couple of improvements has been made available. You can get hold of the Keyboard Shortcut Tutor from [...]
A while ago I posted a request calling Add-In writers to create an Add-In or mini program that would clearly display programmed keyboard short-cuts when executing a command in Revit to help new users pick up them up quickly. A month or so ago I renewed this request with Harry Mattison from Boost Your BIM and [...]
Managing families in Revit is an ongoing task, whether updating folders full of existing families to make them smarter, creating new families, or sanitising and adapting downloaded content to make it comply with your requirements. There are several tools available to help you with this job, but it’s not as straight forward as you may [...]
Most firms strip out unnecessary views before sharing models. While it only takes a few minutes, I’m surprised that people still do this manually. There are several shortcuts that can make things easier, especially when you are undertaking this task regularly.
This is interesting, as it indicates that Vasari will most likely remain it’s own product and not be rolled into Revit in [...]
After reading a post on Luke’s blog today over at What Revit Wants, I got thinking that it would be a great idea to have something similar for Revit. An Add-In or mini program that would clearly display your programmed keyboard short-cuts when executing a command in Revit. This would really help users pick them up [...]
I’ve come to the realisation that Add-Ins are following in the way of Apps – not so long ago there were none, a few short years later and there are millions!
Several years ago I made an effort to establish which Add-Ins were available for Revit and I kept track of the new arrivals with [...]
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