Welcome to the fifth tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post will be covered how to subscribe/unsubscribe the Application & Document Events and another type of plugin called EventWatcherPlugin that can’t be seen from the Navisworks® user-interface. In this tutorial, we’ll create an event watcher add-ins that override the transparency of all the unselected model items in…
Welcome to the fourth tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post is an upgraded version of the previous post : Find Intersect and Override Color which was released a few months ago. This time we will implement a new feature to transparent the excluded ModelItems (ModelItems that are not selected nor intersected).
Welcome to the third tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post will be covered a new topic called Navisworks® COM (Component Object Model) Interface & how to add custom property to selected ModelItems. For adding custom property, we will implement a WPF window for user to type-in Category Name, Property Name & Value.
Welcome to the second tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post will be covered how to Search ModelItem & collect ModelItem Properties. The task is ” to find a ModelItem by its Id and collect the properties data of ModelItem‘s Element category. “
Welcome to the first tutorial of Navisworks® API series, in this post, we will be covered one of Navisworks® SDK exercise which task is ” to create an Add-Ins that find the items which intersect with the currently selected items and highlight the intersect items ” . Yes, correct. It is a low cost cosplay,…
Spatial Element Tools is a free Autodesk® Revit® Add-Ins to operates with Spatial Element such as Room, Space, Zone, and associate Tags… compatible with Revit® version 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021.
This post will be covered how to create an Autodesk® Navisworks® Add-Ins that we will be creating a file-path info dialog for the current file and the appended files. I will be using Visual Studio 2017v and Navisworks® 2020v.
This post is about creating and implementing a custom Dockable Window in Revit® Add-Ins Application. So, what exactly is a Dockable Window? How to make like a ” Project Browser, Properties ….window” ? … Let’s explore this, I will be using Revit v2020 and Visual Studio v2017 for this sample project.
ElementSelector Pro is a free Autodesk® Revit® Add-Ins Application to Filter, Preview, and Select elements from an active view, a level, current selection or entire project by its category and a parameter value. And these additional useful features are included:
This post is about creating Path of Travel (a new feature introduced in 2020) and its travelled paths Schedule by using Revit Dynamo Application. To cover in a depth, post is presented into two sections: Creating Path of Travel and its Schedule with Dynamo OOTB nodes Creating Path of Travel with IronPython