RQuick Select

RQuick Select

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Quick Select command for Autodesk® Revit® to select by element type and its properties. Expand the element or family type and select the properties that you wish to filter by. Click OK and all those elements will be selected.

 

When in “Or” mode, the command will select all elements that match any of the properties.

 

When in “And” mode, the command will only select elements that match all the selected properties.

 

Note that if you have any elements selected when you initially run the command, there will be a prompt to only use the selected objects. Use this to select from a particular view or narrow down your selection.

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Wersja 1.0.10, 08.04.2021
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  • Very nice filtering tool
    Michael Wolff | kwietnia 16, 2021

    I have been using it for years now and still do that in files that are pre-paid for plug-in. I now stick with the filters that come with pyRevit. Not quite as sophisticated but at least free.

    This app shows a weird behaviour when using a localised version of Revit. Make sure to filter both the original English element and whatever AD came up with as a translation in your country's version.


  • Best modelling filter tool
    Sjors Peters | marca 24, 2021 Sprawdzone pobranie (Co to jest?)

    When modelling and you need better/deeper filter then revit build in filter which is very basic. This one can filter on type and instance parameter value/level.  

    For other filtering options not when modelling there are better or simular on the market.


  • Used for years, still not found a better selection tool
    Duncan Lithgow | lutego 01, 2021 Sprawdzone pobranie (Co to jest?)

    It does exactly what it says with a level of detail I haven't found in other tools. A great help when making complex changes such as changing the elevation of a level in a badly made model (don't we all love that job).

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