Updated: Mar 11
In today's post, Daniel Kaye previews one of EvolveLAB’s work-in-progress Revit add-ins, which allows users to quickly and automatically renumber all views on a sheet.
If you have done a lot of work with sheets and views in Revit, you’ve almost certainly run into this issue! When you try to change a view’s detail number to one that already exists on a sheet, Revit will give you the “Detail Number is already in Use” error.
To avoid the tedious task of individually renumbering each view, this new tool will automatically increment any conflicting detail numbers with a single click!
The add-in can recognize various detail numbering schemes and will work with letters, numbers, or any combination of alphanumeric characters.
To test the beta version of the tool, download and run the installer below (Supports Revit 2018-2021).
Have ideas for your own Revit Add-in? Feel free to reach out to use at EvolveLAB.io!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Daniel Kaye is an architect, computer nerd, and avid rock climber hailing from snowy Buffalo, New York. He holds a B. Arch degree from the Syracuse University School of Architecture, as well as a minor in computer science. As a licensed architect he has had the opportunity to work at a variety of firms ranging from a 2-man operation with his former professor to the third largest AEC corporation in the world. During Daniel’s six years walking the line between architect and BIM Manager on residential, commercial, rail, and aviation projects across the country he became attuned to the inefficiencies inherent within the AEC industry. Combining his knowledge of our digital design tools with his recreational programming pursuits, Daniel joined EvolveLAB to help improve the software used to create the built environment in which we live. Having been raised entirely on the East coast of the United States, Daniel cycled from Boston to Los Angeles before falling in love with the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, where he now resides. When not writing code or rock climbing, he can often be found outside sketching or jamming with friends on his drum kit.