dp Stuff have updated their very cool Revit addins to work with Revit 2015, and happily I have three prizes to giveaway:
Free Revit Utils 2015 and Randomizer 2015 pack
Half-price Revit Utils 2015 and Randomizer 2015 pack
25% off Revit Utils 2015 and Randomizer 2015 pack
To enter the competition, scroll down to the Comments on this post and write your response to this question (don’t worry if your entry doesn’t appear straight away, it will 🙂 …
Name one challenge you have faced while using Revit. How did you overcome it?
The deadline for this competition is Tuesday 10 March 2015. After this date, I will review the comments and then give the prizes to the entries that I think are the most original, thought-provoking, outside-of-the-box and interesting 🙂 Results will be announced in a comment on 11 March, and I will reply to the winners individually.
PermRemoveAreasRooms Revit API addin allows you to delete rooms or areas permanently on the fly directly from any of your Revit views without having to do it from the Revit schedule. You have two options: either pre-select the elements and run the tool to delete just the rooms/areas in your selection, or you can collect ids of rooms/areas that you want to get rid of and copy/paste them via “Type In Element Ids” method. 04-02-2013 PermRemoveAreasRooms2013 (DOWNLOAD for Revit 2013)
RemoveEmptyTags Revit Addin
Just as the name suggests this Revit addin allows you to find and remove empty tags from your Revit 2013 document. You will have two options whether you want to remove empty tags in the active view or in the whole document. You can use it in conjunction with out-of-the-box Revit Tag All tool.
A new Revit addin from Dima over at dp stuff can do that – it looks like this:
The tool is pretty straightforward, so I will try to describe just in a few words how it works (the demo video in the beginning of the post shows it as well). – assuming you already installed the WorksetExplorer, run the tool from dpStuff Utils in Add-on tab. – the dialog box will open and in the “tree” your elements will be sorted by workset, then by category, then by family, then by type. – every “branch” will have a name and the amount of elements on it in parentheses. – once you see something that shouldn’t be on a particular workset then you can select the branch and click “Select Elements” button – that will add elements that belong to this branch to selection. – now you can send them to the workset they are supposed to be on. – repeat until all worksets are in good shape. You can download the WorksetExplorer add-on from our download page or directly from this link.
a Revit plug-in that you can assign 5 of your most often used views. It is super simple in operation. When you run it for a very first time none of the views are set and you have to set those that you want to be able to access by clicking on the “Set/Reset” button … download page to get the installation files or download them directly from here.