J’ai fait un script dynamo pour remplacer plusieurs famille (avec ou sans hôte) par une seule.
Votre code python (Kulkul) me parait idéale mais je n’arrive pas à l’adapter pour une liste de plusieurs niveaux.
Pourriez-vous m’aider, merci
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I made a dynamo script to replace several families (with or without host) by one.
Your python code (Kulkul) seems ideal but I can not adapt it for a list of several levels.
Could you help me, thanks
sorry for my English
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Thank you Jacob,
I found this python code on the forum (https://forum.dynamobim.com/t/familyinstance-bypoint-overwrites/10258/13),
from RevitServices.Persistence import DocumentManager
from RevitServices.Transactions import TransactionManager
doc = DocumentManager.Instance.CurrentDBDocument
from Autodesk.Revit.DB import *
if hasattr(obj1,"__iter__"): return obj1
else: return [obj1]
famType = UnwrapElement(IN)
pts = ptslist(IN)
lvl = UnwrapElement(IN)
elems = 
for pt in pts:
elems.append(doc.Create.NewFamilyInstance(pt.ToRevitType(True), famType, lvl, Structure.StructuralType.NonStructural))
OUT = elems
which allows to insert a family into a view…
I wish I could use it with a list of several views, but I do not know how to modify the code
Thank you, your help would be valuable to me
I’m moving across town today so I don’t think I’ll have time to get to editing and testing python (which I typically avoid, preferring nodes instead).
I am a bit confused though - are you trying to change out existing families or make new ones?
I thank you for interest in my concerns.
My script retrieves the coordinates of existing families on different levels,
then I insert another family at the location of these same coordinates
and I delete the old family.
The basic idea is to replace families with a different host and / or catagory by a new family