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.NET / Re: Best way to set a layer filter current?
« Last post by Bryco on May 26, 2017, 12:04:17 am »
Glad it helped a little. I only use 2 filters: one as shown above and one called asis on receiving a client xref so I can thaw everything and delete all the unnecessary stuff.
I did toy with the idea of adding all the layer names as text in modelspace and asking the user to create a filter by selecting the layers.  Never got around to it though.
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Turns out it was a bug in one of our company wide custom tools (not mine). Thanks for the help. I just can't believe no one else in the office had noticed it. When I asked, everyone said they hadn't seen it but they must have just not noticed!

This reminds me of my first CAD job, back in 91ish.  The owner had purchased a 3rd party tool for AutoCAD and every time he executed one of the custom commands it would echo nil to the command line.  The command actually ran, but he thought it hadn't, which caused him turn red and spew all sorts of filth that a young man just entering the professional work force found disturbing and oddly amusing.  Of course the chameleon effect and volcanic spewing only occurred when he noticed this nil on the command line, which didn't happen ever time, but often enough to keep me entertained throughout the day.  I didn't know it at the time, but it was my first lesson in creating a good UX.
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Revit / Re: Seeing Levels
« Last post by Rob... on May 25, 2017, 03:59:02 pm »
Even if it doesn't show the extents, it will be at least somewhat helpful for this particular project. I can't wait to try it out. I'll check to see if it corresponds with the extents in section and post back my findings.
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Revit / Re: Seeing Levels
« Last post by Bobby C. Jones on May 25, 2017, 03:53:51 pm »
That's a great question, I don't know how it determines the extents when it initially shows.  It has grips at each edge that allow you to change it though.

I suppose if it doesn't come in at the extents set in elevation view, then this isn't really much help to Rob :-/
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Revit / Re: Seeing Levels
« Last post by Bobby C. Jones on May 25, 2017, 03:51:10 pm »
Wait... what??!?  Does it show the extent of the levels with regards to elevation views? Or is it just a partial representation? Either way, pretty cool. Never knew that was there.

That's a great question, I don't know how it determines the extents when it initially shows.  It has grips at each edge that allow you to change it though.
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Revit / Re: Seeing Levels
« Last post by Matt__W on May 25, 2017, 03:13:56 pm »
Actually, I'd like to see the level itself, not the stuff associated with it. Either in the form of a rectangle in a plan view or a plane in a 3D view.

You can set the level as your current workplane and then toggle visibility of the current workplane on.  It'll show in plan and 3D views.
Wait... what??!?  Does it show the extent of the levels with regards to elevation views? Or is it just a partial representation? Either way, pretty cool. Never knew that was there.
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Turns out it was a bug in one of our company wide custom tools (not mine). Thanks for the help. I just can't believe no one else in the office had noticed it. When I asked, everyone said they hadn't seen it but they must have just not noticed!
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Thanks Lee, thatís interesting. Admittedly, I'm new to reactors.
But - I've removed all and I still get that same behavior. I really thought that would resolve it.
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This may offer some insight:
Code - Auto/Visual Lisp: [Select]
  1. (defun c:checkreactors ( )
  2.    (foreach grp (vlr-reactors)
  3.        (foreach rtr (cdr grp) (print (vlr-data rtr)))
  4.    )
  5.    (princ)
  6. )
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A few - though everyone in the office have the same startup and are not seeing the same behavior.
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