I have uploaded the next version of PropertyWizard (my add-in for Revit) to the Autodesk App Store. This version includes three new Parameter Types: Distance, URL and Number of Poles. At the same time, I’ve uploaded the first version of PropertyWizard Pro. This is a new add-in for Revit, which has all the functionality ofRead more “PropertyWizard – New Version 1-11-0 on its way”
PropertyWizard version 1-10-0 is now live on the Autodesk App Store. Download from here – with free trial Help File here This version adds adds Revit 2024 support and includes four new parameter types: ElectricalCurrent, ElectricalPotential, ElectricalPower, and ApparentPower.
PropertyWizard version 1-9-1 is now live on the Autodesk App Store. Download from here – with free trial Help File here In this version, the About window contains separate checkboxes to control the updates PropertyWizard performs when Revit files are opened and synchronized. In general, I would leave these at their default setting: running ‘UpdateRead more “PropertyWizard – New Version 1-9-1”
PropertyWizard version 1-8-3 is now live on the Autodesk App Store. Download from here – with free trial Help file here This version removes the WorksharingInfo feature, because after further exploration and testing, it is clear that the it cannot be made to work properly with synchronisation. The way the data moves between the RevitRead more “PropertyWizard – New Version 1-8-3”
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”
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 -π to +π 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!
This is a quick post describing the Id and UniqueId properties in Revit, and showing how to access them using PropertyWizard. Every Revit element has an Id property and also a UniqueId property, highlighted here in RevitLookup: