I have a file which came in through a Revit hotlink. All the objects
have arbitrary IDs but have a property with the Revit family name which,
in most cases, would make a good ID. I thought the obvious way to sort
this is export properties to excel, c...
I have been going round in circles trying to get a model with its
properties exported to IFC. I have managed to add the COBie properties
and populating them with data which works fine when I export and then
reimport the IFC to the properties come thr...
I'm trying to make a custom door marker. One piece of information I want
to use is the door leaf thickness. I have been trying to wade through
the door script to find out what the parameter might be called with no
success. I am looking for the parame...
I am looking to do some work on custom windows, doors etc. and wondered
if there is any documentation anywhere of the hierarchy of macros that
get called in the standard library so I can see what elements I can call
and what I need to build from scra...
I'm probably missing something obvious. The standard windows (Archicad
22, Windows) have settings for the wall closure at either side which
works pretty well. What I can't see is any setting for the closure at
the window head. I'm not expecting it to...
Thanks. I suspected it was the case that there was no direct way to do
it. Unfortunately I've already used my 90 day Grasshopper trial (I guess
I could always use another email address). I wonder if it might be
possible to do it through a python scri...
Thanks for the help. I've tried to sign up for the developer ID to
access those docs, but in the meantime, I've just brute forced it and
extracted the standard library from its container and then wrote a
little python script which iterated through th...
Thanks. That's what I feared - ah well, I'll just have to manually draw
a bit of extra detail where needed. I keep being surprised by some of
the really clever features that are built in and the simple ones that
are missing. Neil.