I wanted to batch edit families and have already prepared my graph that can make the changes that I want and save the file. The problem is that I can just make it with the “Current Document”. Is there a way to do it in Dynamo? In order to use DynamoAutomation I need Dynamo Studio, isn’t it?
Actually, what I want to achieve is to change the font in all the Revit families? Any ideas? Should I just use DynamoAutomation?
There is a third Dynamo, called Dynamo Sandbox, which is what you are looking for.
C:\Program Files\Dynamo\Dynamo Core\2\DynamoSandbox.exe is the default install location. That is, of course, if you are using Dynamo 2.0. Sandbox is installed with all build versions of Dynamo. So, if you are on 1.3, then replace the 2 with 1.3 and you are good to go.
Over in your packages list, it looks like Dynamo.Automation is not installed in the Sandbox environment. Go to Settings > Manage Node and Packages Paths and repath Sandbox to either your server or local location to your packages, just like you would with Dynamo Revit. That should make your Process.KilleCurrentProcess visible to Sandbox.
It was actually the normal Dynamo where it was missing, i fixed it and linked the Packages Path in the Sandbox as you said. We don’t have the Unresolved anymore . But “Journal file could not be run…” keeps poping up
If anyone else runs into similar issues: some addins perform operations on the model when it is loaded. These operations may interfere with journal playback (if the model is altered by those addins). In cases like these you can try setting the debug input of the Journal.ByWorkspacePath node to true (which took care of the issue in this particular case).