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    Quick select in Revit

    hi all,

    Is there any option to do select the elements by its parameter? like how we do in Auto cadd Ex: select the elements by its colour, by its line weight, by its layer etc...
    so is that is avilable in Revit or any Add is avilable?

    #2
    You can do something like that with Dynamo, but colour, line weight and layer are probably not the ones you want to look for in Revit. Can you give an example of what you want to do in Revit?
    Last edited by Robin Deurloo; August 30, 2017, 06:18 AM.
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    Revit Ideas: Is this family Mirrored? | Approve warnings | Family Type parameter just those in the family

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      #3
      if i wanted to select same sized, same flow rated, supply grilles and i wanted to edit some parameters at one time.

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        #4
        hello,

        i heard about Avatar Quick select add in. could you any body used that add in? if yes, how is that add in?

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          #5
          you should be able to sort and group a schedule properly to grab the specific instances that you want and modify them through the schedule
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            #6
            have a look at CADstudio Revit Tools - Extended filter
            Peter Jirat

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              #7
              +1 for schedules. You can find anything if you know how to filter and combine stuff. Then use Highlight In Model to select the objects.


              Extended filter is useful though when working in views.
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                #8
                Yup, very often I make quick-and-dirty schedules simply for the purpose of selecting stuff in the model.

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