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Revit / Re: Linear LED ?
« Last post by rvhwlc on Today at 06:03:36 pm »
just to clarify.. in-place model only for curved ceiling cove surfaces.. i think this is waht may be for..
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Revit / Re: Linear LED ?
« Last post by Rob... on Today at 05:13:54 pm »
Oops, I let my AutoCAD slip show. Didn't realize this was the Revit forum.

I would plan on being able to use it in the future and make a family for your library. I've got a feeling, the use of this type of lighting is gonna blow up. I've seen weather proof options that just blew my mind up with crazy ideas.

I'm not very familiar with lighting families, so I would contact the company, or an equal, to see if they have any Revit content and then before using anything in a project, thoroughly vet the file(s) for stuff you don't need or imported objects. At a minimum, it could give you a direction as to how to "show" it and fine tune it from there. It may come down to what you are required to provide in your model.

Are you on the MEP design side and may only need to provide basic electrical information and possibly be able to schedule it?

Or, are you a lighting consultant that needs to provide lighting levels and color temps for rendering?
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Revit / Re: Linear LED ?
« Last post by rvhwlc on Today at 04:49:56 pm »
Hi all

The job I am working on has many different types of lighting, and  I was wondering how you show this type of product


(sorry for the newbie type question)
if not too many.. make in-place family..
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Revit / Re: Linear LED ?
« Last post by Rob... on Today at 04:11:21 pm »
That would depend on the type of view and the scale of the drawing. A 2D drawing, for standard 1/8" or 1/4" = 1'-0" floor plans, a pline with or without a width applied, but definitely have it plot on the thick side.
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Definitely no solution here.  Just a mention-slash-vent that I detest code-generated UI content.  If there are only minor variations, then that can be done with flyouts/dropdowns/etc.  Not to mention observed issues with workspace management.  If there is well defined need to be dynamically different every single session, OK, maybe.  But if this is going to be the same every time, writing code to generate it every session just seems... excessive.  Like, "never using XREFs or blocks" excessive.   :thinking:

PS: note the code tags used by MexicanCustard.
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AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Modify Existing Layer Properties
« Last post by GDF on Today at 12:00:59 pm »
Good point.

Also need to thank Alan
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AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Modify Existing Layer Properties
« Last post by Master_Shake on Today at 11:39:59 am »
Just a suggestion, that routine from Lee is quite old and I think he does this on his new routines but I would add the prefix LM: to MakeModifyLayer.

Code - Auto/Visual Lisp: [Select]
  1. LM:MakeModifyLayer

This will prevent any potential future routines from having a conflict.
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AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Modify Existing Layer Properties
« Last post by GDF on Today at 11:31:46 am »
Thanks Ron
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AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Modify Existing Layer Properties
« Last post by ronjonp on Today at 11:21:00 am »
Gary,

Just a quick look, but I think your code could be simplified to this.

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  1. (defun c:fixatt (/ ss)
  2.  (makemodifylayer "A-SYMB-ROOM" 3 "continuous" 0.30 t 0 "Room Name Symbol Mark")
  3.  (makemodifylayer "A-ROOM-NOTE" 2 "continuous" 0.20 t 0 "Room Note")
  4.  (makemodifylayer "A-SYMB-DOOR" 30 "continuous" 0.15 t 0 "Door Symbol Mark")
  5.  (makemodifylayer "A-SYMB-WDW" 30 "continuous" 0.15 t 0 "Window Symbol Mark")
  6.  (makemodifylayer "A-SYMB-WDWT" 250 "continuous" 0.15 t 0 "Window Symbol Hidden Mark")
  7.  (foreach block '("SYMRM" "SYMDR" "SYMWDW" "SYMWDW2")
  8.    (command "_.insert" (strcat block "=" arch#cusf "Builders Plan Service/Syms/Arch_syms/" block))
  9.    (if (setq ss (ssget "_x" (list (cons 2 block))))
  10.      (command "_ATTSYNC" "select" ss "yes")
  11.    )
  12.  )
  13.  (princ)
  14. )
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Revit / Linear LED ?
« Last post by alterego on Today at 11:13:49 am »
Hi all

The job I am working on has many different types of lighting, and  I was wondering how you show this type of product


(sorry for the newbie type question)
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