Our fantastically talented and in many ways awesome Ph.D. candidate Margarida Jeronimo Barbosa asked me if she could delete some Levels in a Revit project file. After I had elaborated for a good 10 minutes about the possible implications of doing so, she gave me the “I’m going to walk away from you, crazy person” look. Trying to prevent that, I introduced the idea of using Dynamo instead. She lingered, hesitantly.
In short, stuff gets deleted if you delete a Level that hosts stuff. What stuff, you ask. Dunno, I respond. At least Views (and their view specific stuff), Floors and Roofs. More than that? Possibly. Not very reliable consultancy, that.
So, how does Dynamo enter the equation? With Dynamo you can select all elements on a Level! Yay! How? Watch:
Like I noted in the video, you’ll need Andreas Dieckmann’s Dynamo Package, called “Clockwork”. That package will help you with a lot of other stuff too., and has a GitHub Repository at ClockworkForDynamo.
Pingback: Weekly Roundup – 2015.10 | The BIMsider