Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Revit 2020.2 Turn Off Internal Origin - Dynamo Option

In a thread at RFO John Pierson (Parallax Team, and Dynamo guru) got the ball rolling with a video link that described overriding graphics in views. I picked up the ball and created the graph but missed an essential but tiny setting for one node to make it work (Lacing - Cross Product).

The Dynamo Graph looks like this (click to Download).

You can use Dynamo, with this graph, to turn off the Internal Origin, Survey Point, and Project Base Point in floor and ceiling plans, sections, elevations and 3D views. Change the code block from False to True and it will turn them all on instead.

Regarding Jean-Marc's comment: I think he was suggesting this instead.


Steve said...
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Carmine said...

Any luck with Custom View Template? Any workaround with it? I tried to run the script on the links, but still showing in the view in the main file (and it should, since the file's not using sharing view -.-)

This is one of the most annoying bugs i spotted so far on Revit versions

Steve said...

As far as I recall only 3D views/templates don't work because of a limitation with the API atm.

mpguru66 said...

Thanks a lot Steve. *thumbs up*