I have a list of viewports ID in an excel file, how can I select in Revit by these IDs ?
The story goes like this, someone by mistake changed around 2000 viewports viewtype “no tittle” to “section type”; now I had to go back in a old local file export in excell all viewports that have “no tittle” viewtype; once I know what viewports were I can change them back to original, but how? I can’t find the specific node to do just that; any hints?
In a code block:
Revit.ElementSelectorById( Id, true)
Hi Marcel, thanks for the reply;
This is what I get:
What am I doing wrong?
Warning: Internal error, please report: Dereferencing a non-pointer.
There is some more info here
I used a Code Block for ElementSelector.ByUniqueId( id, true) but it askes me for 2 inputs.
And this gives me the Non pointer error
This used to be just one input like this:
I got this from AU
What happened here and how do i correct this?
Can you try a couple of Id’s in Revit itself? Manage>Select by Id?
If nothing is happening it might be due to changed Id’s.
This mostly occurs by changing/adding worksets.
Maybe this will help?
I dont know if you want to select the elements in revit… if you do you could temp. isolate your list of elements by ID like i did in this example.
Sorted, I found another post with the same issue
So this workflow was created to help my team correct navis clashes. I have about six guys needing to correct clashes, but they aren’t all well versed in Navis. So basically, I mirrored the views that were clashed in Navis, into Revit. Then exported the clash results we received the from the Contractor. Using Dynamo I was able to override the graphics of the clashed elements within Revit. Now my team goes the their assigned view and can start correcting the clashes right away. Its very simple and…