Try this link:
Although it doesn’t list 2016 version on the actual download page, after downloading and installing the Space Naming Utility, I discovered that it was actually added to Revit 2016:
As per screenshot above, the 2016 version of Autodesk Site Designer Extension for Revit is also available.
Pure speculation here, but I expect that some of these other Subscriber addins will be delivered in the same way:
- Batch Print for Autodesk Revit
- Autodesk Revit Model Review
- eTransmit for Autodesk Revit 2016
- Autodesk Revit DB Link
- Space Naming Utility
- Worksharing Monitor for Autodesk Revit
- Autodesk Vault Add-in For Revit
- Autodesk BIM 360 Add-in for Autodesk Revit
- Autodesk Revit Extension for Autodesk Fabrication
- Advance Steel Revit Extension
Looks like these are delivered directly now:
This coincides with UR8, and interestingly includes an update to Dynamo 0.8.0. I would recommend using Autodesk Application Manager to obtain this entire package.
Collaboration for Revit v5 download:
This is the packaged Dynamo installer:
Sometimes I feel like there are more BIM research projects than there are actual BIM projects… but in any case, here is a recent interesting study (via Wooyoung Jung and The BIM Hub):
Direct download link
The Status of BIM Adoption on Six Continents | White Papers | The BIM Hub
- Filter and group your Schedule so that it shows the elements you want on a particular row
- Select that Row and pick Highlight in Model
- After the elements are highlighed, you can start the “IDs of Selection” command. This will provide a text box with a list of every single element ID that was selected. You can then copy (Ctrl+C) and paste this into your desired application, like Excel or even a text file for consumption in Dynamo.
- Optional: Save the selection using typical Revit “Save Selection” option
If you do copy the IDs to a text file, you can use a simple Dynamo definition like this to convert the Element IDs to actual elements. Obviously, once you have the element list in Dynamo, you can do lots of fun things with it.
What if you have a list of line separated element IDs, like one per Excel row? You can use Dynamo to parse these to Elements, and even create a saved Selection Set too (thanks to Clockwork), like this:
Honestly, I’m not that great at Dynamo and Python and the rest… hopefully one day? In the meantime I have been helped a lot by Andreas and Konrad and Julien and a few others on the forum. I’ve decided to combine my currently released custom nodes into a package called Bakery that I intend to add to and maintain. You can download it through the package manager.
Also, check out this forum post for a list of Dynamo resources (thanks to Sol Amour):
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