Welcome to the tenth tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post is to cover a different type of Plugin called “CommandHandlerPlugin”, which can be used to add commands to the Navisworks GUI system. In this tutorial, we will create a custom RibbonTab layout for RibbonButton & SplitButton commands.
Welcome to the fifth tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post is to cover 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 third tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post is to cover 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 is to cover 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, this post is to cover 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, Clash Detection.
This post is to cover how to create an Autodesk® Navisworks® Add-Ins that we will create a file-path info dialog for the current file and the appended files. I am using Visual Studio 2017v and Navisworks® 2020v.