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    That's a bit too drastic and I'm not about to mess with telling it to copy every filter to every VT, especially since the overrides are different in a lot of views. It's fine. I'll just go one at a time and move it. It'll be faster then having to recheck every VT after that approach.

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    The new version 1.1 of View Filter Manager for Revit 2015-2017 is already available at Autodesk App Store at https://apps.autodesk.com/RVT/en/Det...ng=en&os=Win64.
    Please see my first post for more details.

    Thank you.
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    Awesome!!!

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    Must be a rush on for the view filter app Artejon - Add-ins for Revit - View Filter Manager-screenshot_2016-07-13-07-43-46.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by elton williams View Post
    Must be a rush on for the view filter app Click image for larger version. 

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    I am sorry for the inconvenience. The link has been corrected :-)

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    The new Purger add-in (unused line patterns & line styles, find CAD) is available, please see the first post for more details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    Soooo, i saw this post on my phone a few days ago, and i just downloaded the app to check it out.

    Its awesome.

    The UI is a little un-intuitive, and can be VERY confusing if you dont know what it wants you to select in each "zone..." But once you have it working, its going to save a TON of time. I have migrated Filters AND Overrides back and forth between views AND View Templates now.

    Freaking best 15 bucks ive spent on software this year.
    $15 is the deal of a lifetime. Somewhere along the way the price went up but even at $90 it is still a great program. Saves HOURS of time and human error.
    Last edited by cellophane; January 10th, 2017 at 05:47 PM.

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    The new Schedule Utilities add-in is available for Revit 2015-2017.
    Please see the first post for more details.
    Last edited by Artejon; March 8th, 2017 at 03:12 PM.

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    The new Rooms To Spaces add-in is available for Revit 2015 and later, a time-saver for all the designers working intensively with spaces.

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    View Filter Manager ML extends the capabilities of View Filter Manager and is equipped with additional features designed to deal with not only filters or view templates but also with other Revit elements in bulk, like fill patterns and line patterns.

    It makes process of managing project standards more fluent thanks to modeless dialogs which means it is possible to interact with Revit interface while dialogs of the app are displayed. This is a handy solution while making changes in Revit UI dialogs, especially Visibility/Graphics of a view, Filters or View Templates. These dialogs can be positioned side by side with dialogs of the app to have access to all data.
    Enhanced user interface saves screen estate to better accommodate to many dialogs displayed at a time.

    Toolset for transferring filters and view templates to multiple projects at a time has new options that control the whole process so transferred elements can be easily pushed to projects, saving time necessary to align standards between project files regardless how many times updates to template elements are done.
    One can decide what happens to both existing and transferred elements thanks to options:
    - New Only
    - Copy
    - Replace
    - Overwrite.
    It is possible to decide if filters and view templates of the same names should keep their names or be renamed in a destination project.

    The application is available for all versions of Revit 2015 and later.

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