Selection Master

Selection Master

Revolution Design, Inc.

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Description

Filter the model by 6 different filters:

 

  • Value of any parameter (including greater than, less than, etc.)
  • Level (recognizes work plane based elements and elements using 'Schedule Level' and 'Reference Level' parameters)
  • Family
  • Category
  • Phase Created
  • Phase Demolished

 

Combine an unlimited number of filters for endless combination filters to get exactly what you want or use simple 'Quick Filters' for 1 click access to individual filters.  Filter sets can be saved for quick access in the future and sets can be deployed by BIM management to all users.

The 'Rehost' command allows users to take elements from one level and place them on a new level.  Combined with the Quick Level filter, this is essential when trying to remove redundant or unnecessary levels from a project to ensure that no elements are deleted when levels are deleted.

View your current selection in an organized grid view.  Group, sort, and filter by type, level, phasing, etc. and modify your selection.

 

To start a free 30 day trial, simply install the app and start, your trial will begin automatically!

 

For more information and videos see https://revolutiondesign.biz/products/selection-master/features/.

Trial Description

You will be presented with a license dialog on first startup; simply press 'Start Trial' to begin your free 30 day trial.

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About This Version

Version 5.1, 8/23/2018
Updated release.

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Customer Reviews

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  • Excellent tool for knowledgeable BIM manager
    Vladimir Gluzov | November 07, 2014

    I found this tool absolutely indispensable when managing large models with many conflicting levels. It help me many times to troubleshoot constrain issues. If you need to select and reassign constrains of many elements this is a very good tool.


  • Slow and Flawed
    Chris Dixon | July 30, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    This sounds like it will be a great tool, but it works really slowly and is flawed. By the time you've set up your filter you might as well just select things manually. Quick filters are just too limited to be useful.

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