PropertyWizard V1-8-2 gives you several ways to extract one piece of text from another. This post explains how to split a text like this into two pieces at the semicolon: E:9.9;N:10.8 There are three steps: Find the position of the semicolon Extract the first part of the text Extract the second part of the textRead more “How to split text at a character using PropertyWizard for Revit”
Month: January 2022
PropertyWizard 1-8-2 includes an extra inverse tan function, ‘atan2’: atan2(<y-value>, <x-value>) The new function allows you to calculate the angle of a line from the line’s Y and X components (note the order of the arguments!) and it will return angle values from -¤Ç to +¤Ç radians (-180 to +180 degrees). This is more versatileRead more “New trig function ‘atan2’ in PropertyWizard V1-8-2”
There are three new text case functions in PropertyWizard version 1-8-2. They allow you to change text between lower and upper case, and to capitalise the words of a piece of text. toLowercase(<text>) and toUppercase(<text>) These two functions convert text to lowercase and to uppercase respectively. They are useful when you want to enforce aRead more “New text case functions in PropertyWizard V1-8-2”
There are three new text extraction functions in PropertyWizard version 1-8-2. They give you more options for extracting sub-strings from a string of text, alongside the existing substr(<text>, <index>, <count>) function. substr(<text>, <index>) This new function returns the end of the <text>, starting from character number <index>. The first character index is zero. This operatesRead more “New text extraction functions in PropertyWizard V1-8-2”
PropertyWizard version 1-8-2 is now live on the Autodesk App Store. Download from here – with free trial Help file here This version adds several new functions, mostly in response to requests from users. If there’s a function you’d like to see in PropertyWizard, please let me know!