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    Get Level for Reference Planes?

    Is there anything that allows me to figure out what is attached to a specific reference plane? Like how Get Level works for levels?

    #2
    I suppose "move it around" is not an answer you are looking for? I think not.
    Martijn de Riet
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      #3
      Hmmm.. so thinking like you select a reference plane and then everything that uses that ref. plane as a workplane is isolated. Something like that?
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        #4
        Originally posted by CBukowski View Post
        Like how Get Level works for levels?
        What do you mean by "Get Level"?

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          #5
          Originally posted by LKeyser View Post
          What do you mean by "Get Level"?
          It's an Revit Addon, to be found here. It's meant to show/list all items hosted by a specific level
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            #6
            "Hmmm.. so thinking like you select a reference plane and then everything that uses that ref. plane as a workplane is isolated. Something like that? "

            yeah - that would be awesome! But yes - I was referring to the Addon "Get Level".

            Oh well - guess I'll just deal with the crazy reference planes. CDs are due in a few weeks anyway.

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