What am I doing wrong? I just get null.
I’ve even simplified things and used select model elements to feed in. Both directly to the node and with List.Map.
It works as expected. which dynamo, Which Revit & Steam nodes package version your using?
I tried Revit 2017 without any luck either.
@David3 Try this -> uninstall all the custom packages including steam nodes and then restart revit install only steam nodes packages. See if that helps!
@Kulkul that worked! with tool.createassembly am I able to create an assembly for each of the elements rather than a single assembly of all of the elements?
Nevermind. Using List.Map I was able to do what I was requesting. Thanks for the help. I’ll try to reinstall the other packages I uninstalled. What should I do if I install a package that conflicts with another?
@David3 That would be another topic of the day
If you want to create an assembly for each of the elements, check this workflow by @Dimitar_Venkov.
The “Transaction.End” node seems to do the job.
@MJB-online Thanks Mark. That’s the post I stumbled upon earlier that I used!
Hi, Anybody know why the Tool.RenameAssembly from SteamNodes package retrive always a null? Reinstalling a packages seems not work here. I have no more packages installed.
I use Revit 2017, Dynamo 220.127.116.1111, SteamNodes 1.2.4.
I am looking for way to change the name of assembly created by dynamo.
I think these additional nodes will solve your problem.
Thanks, It’s works for me. Can you explain logic behind it?