Welcome to the twelfth tutorial of Navisworks® API series, this post is to cover how to add the Timeliner Tasks to the document Timeliner object. In this tutorial, we will create the Timeliner Tasks, from the predefined SelectionSets, with primary properties such as .. Start/End Date, TaskType and Attached (SelectionSet) for the Timeliner Simulation. (something like Auto-Add […]
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 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 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.