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Bonus Tools contains multiple apps and can help any practice save time. New tools include; SheetEMup, Renumber Parameter, Highlight 3D Elements, Areas or Rooms to Mass. Also major Ribbon upgrades...

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06 Ribbon Settings

  • View and change the Ribbon Settings.
  • Select the tools you want to see on the Ribbon and re-order them to suit you.

07 Window Watcher Settings

  • View and change the Window Watcher Settings.
  • Add Revit Window names you would like to either block and/or report on the windows activation as part of a Company Standard. This tool is primarily used to block/report on 'In-place Families' and 'Importing of CAD files'.
    • Blocking a window does just that, blocks it and replaces it with a warning message.
    • Reporting on a windows activation writes to a log file listing the project and users name who activated the window. It also warns the user the window activation is being recorded.
    • Change the report path to suit.

08 Family Tracker

  • Lists all Loaded Families and/or Groups in the Project and the date of insert and the date of reload (modification).
  • Note: the insertion and modification date are only recorded if Kiwi Codes Bonus Tools or Family Browser are installed and running.
  • From the list, highlight families that are out of date in the project file, reload or repath them.

09 3d Views for All Levels

  • Create a 3d View for each level in the Project.
  • Note: depending on the number of levels, this may take a while.

10 3D Views for all Worksets

  • Create a 3d View for each Workset and hide all other Worksets in the view.
  • Note: depending on the number of Worksets, this may take a while.

11 3D View for Selected Elements

  • Create a 3d View with a Section Box around the currently select elements.
  • Specify a margin around the elements to extend the Section Box by.

12 Change Text Case

  • Change text case between Title, UPPER and lower.
  • This applies to Annotation Text, Model Text, Room Names, Area Names, View Names & View Titles on Sheets.

13 Dimensions List

  • Lists all Dimensions within the project.
  • Go to the view hosting the Dimension. Delete the Dimension. See if it has a text override.

14 Create Floors from Rooms

  • Create Floors using rooms as the perimeter.
  • Note:
    • You must be in a plan view.
    • The level associated to the view you are working with is the level the new floor will be placed on.
    • You can choose the floor type & the floor offset from the level.

15 Elements on Levels

  • Lists all elements on a selected level.
  • Cycle through the levels in the Project to see what elements are hosted to it.

16 In-Place Family List

  • Lists all In-Place Families within the project.
  • Go to the view hosting the In-Place Family. Delete the In-Place Family.

17 Referencing File List

  • Lists all Revit, DWG and Image references within the project.
  • Go to the view hosting the Referencing File. Delete the Referencing File.

18 Remove all Views

  • Removes all views from the Project except for the active view (if all other views are closed) or last view created (if multiple views are open).
  • Help reduce the file size before issuing to consultants or archiving the model.

19 Remove Unused Views

  • Remove unwanted views that causes the file size to bloat.
  • Removes views:
    • Other than the active view.
    • Not placed on a sheet. Note: retains the primary views not placed on a sheet but reference secondary views that are.
    • Without a parameter of your choice. Retain views that are not placed on sheet but are working views that you do not want delete.

20 Section Creator

  • Creates a perpendicular or parallel section to the selected wall.
  • Note: a wall must be selected before activating this command.

21 Sheet Duplication

  • Duplicate one or many sheets.
  • Quickly duplicate sheets by:
    • Selecting from a list of current sheets those to duplicate.
    • Choosing the title block to be assigned to the duplicated sheets.
    • Choosing the number of times to duplicate the sheets.
    • Choosing whether to duplicate the views on the current sheets and place them on the duplicated sheets.
    • Note: schedules and legends are not duplicated, the originals are placed on the duplicated sheets.

22 Views to Sheets

  • Place views on Sheets in bulk.
  • Quickly put views on sheets by:
    • Selecting the View Type and/or searching for a View.
    • Selecting the View base point, BL (bottom left), RB(bottom right), M(middle), TL(top left) or TR(top right)
    • Select a Master Sheet if desired.
    • Select a Master View or NULL. If a view is selected, the X, Y coordinates of the View will be used to place the new View. If NULL is selected the Views will be placed at 0,0.
    • Dragging Views to their desired Sheet.

23 Swap Groups for Families

  • Swap unwanted Groups out for Families.
  • Select one - symbol or detail item or generic model and group before running this tool.
  • Use any of the below combinations and more.
    • Swap Detail Groups for Annotation Symbols.
    • Swap Detail Groups for Detail Components.
    • Swap Model Groups for Generic Models.
    • Swap Model Groups for Casework.
    • Note: ensure the base points are the same before swapping Groups for Families.

24 Place Points on Topography

  • Use a Families X and Y location to place Points on a Topography Surface.
  • Use this tool to insert points at a X,Y location on a Topography
    • Surface, the Z location value is the height of the Topography Surface at the specified point.
    • Step 1: Use the Setting Out Points tool to create Points.
    • Step 2: Select the desired Points and the Topography Surface.
    • Step 3: Run the tool.
    • Step 4: Edit the Topography Surfaces.

25 Add Points to Topography

  • Use a Families X, Y and Z location to add Points to a Topography Surface.
  • Use this tool to make a Topography Surface follow the underside of a Floor.
    • Step 1: Use the Setting Out Points tool to create Points.
    • Step 2: Select the desired Points and the Topography Surface.
    • Step 3: Run the tool.
    • Step 4: Edit the Topography Surface to remove excess points.

26 Topography Surface Edge

  • Creates Lines around the boundary edges of the select topography in: Plan, 3D or Section.
  • There are 3 selection types available.
    • In Plan - the lines are created as Detail Lines.
    • In 3D - the lines are created as Model Lines.
    • In Section - the lines are created as Detail Lines.
    • Note: a topography surface must be selected before activating this command.

27 Update Referencing Sheets

  • Updates Sections Referencing Sheets.
  • Note: you must be in a Section or Elevation view before activating this command.

28 Reference Plane List

  • Lists all Reference Planes in the project.
  • Go to the view showing the Reference Plane. Delete the Reference Plane.

29 View Template Map

  • Lists all view templates, and views using those view templates.
  • Before modifying a view templates settings gather a list of all views that will be affected by the changes.

30 Element Selector – By Id

  • Enter an element Id to find its Name.
  • Find the Name of a corrupted element in the project file.

31 Setting Out Points

  • Setting Out Points
  • Select the Generic Family to use as the setting out point marker and enter the desired shared parameters to use in a schedule.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.

31 Setting Out Points

  • Renumber Setting Out Points.
  • Renumber Major Setting out Points.

32 Navisworks to Revit

  • Convert a Navisworks XML report into clash points and 3D views placed on sheet(s).
  • Select the Generic Family to use as the clash point and enter the desired shared parameters to use in a schedule. Choose whether to also create 3D views with bounding boxes and whether to place them on Sheets. Note: create views and sheets can take time.
  • Suggestion - do this in a blank project file. Multiple views and sheets will be created.

33 Excel Tools

  • Export and Import schedules to and from Excel.
  • Utilize Excel to speed up repetitive schedule manipulation.

Export Category to Excel

  • Export any Category to Excel.
  • Select the Category, phase and parameters to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)

Export Schedule to Excel

  • Export any Schedule to Excel.
  • Select the Schedule to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)

Import from Excel

  • Import any Element changes from Excel.
  • Select any Excel file that is formatted as per the Export function.
    • The first row in Excel must be the Parameter Name (Text case must be identical)
    • The second row in Excel is the Parameter Type. The row must exist.
    • The first column in Excel is Element Id

Export Formatted Category to Excel

  • Export any Category to a Formatted Excel file. Note: One-way Export.
  • Select the Category, phase and parameters to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)"

Export Formatted Schedule to Excel

  • Export any Schedule to a Formatted Excel file. Note: One-way Export.
    • Select the Schedule to export to Excel.
    • First row in Excel is the Parameter Name used during Import (Do not delete or modify this row)
    • Second row in Excel is the Parameter Type (Do not delete this row)
    • Third row in Excel is the Parameter Id (Do not delete this row)
    • First column in Excel is Element Id used during Import (Do not delete this column)
    • Delete any other rows and columns after Export as desired (except for those mentioned above)

Export Room Template

  • Export a Room schedule template in Excel.
  • Exports a formatted template ready for new Room data.

Import New Rooms

  • Imports an creates place holders for Rooms.
  • Select any Excel file that is formatted as per the Export Room Template function.
    • The first row in Excel must be the Parameter Name (Text case must be identical)
    • The second row in Excel is the Parameter Type. The row must exist

Export Sheet Template

  • Export a Sheet schedule template in Excel.
  • Exports a formatted template ready for new Sheet data.

Import New Sheets

  • Imports an creates place holders for Sheets.
  • Select any Excel file that is formatted as per the Export Sheet Template function.
    • The first row in Excel must be the Parameter Name (Text case must be identical)
    • The second row in Excel is the Parameter Type. The row must exist.

Dummy Schedule

  • Recreate an Excel Schedule within Revit using Revit Schedule Headers.
    • Select an Excel Schedule to recreate in Revit.
    • A new Schedule will be created using the active Worksheet.
    • The new Schedules' name will equal that of the Excel Worksheet.
    • The Range recreate is defined by the 'Set Print Area' within Excel.

34 Shared Parameters

  • Bulk load Shared Parameters into one or more Family files.
  • Bulk load Shared Parameters into one or more Family files.

35 View Filters

  • Copy view filters and their settings from one view to multiple other views.
  • Copy view filters and their settings from one view or view template to multiple other views or view templates.

36 Sheet Revisions

  • View the matrix between Revisions and Sheets.
  • Tick/untick revisions and click the “Apply Revisions to Sheets” button to bulk update Sheets.
  • Cells with a red background indicate the Revision is controlled by a Revision Cloud. To delete the Cloud double click on the cell.


37 Highlight 2D Elements

  • Highlight 2D elements across a project.
  • Check how many 2D patches have been applied to you project.
  • Note: Complete this procedure on a copy of the file as it 'Override Graphics in View' by 'Element'

38 View Duplication

  • Quickly duplicate multiple views.
  • Duplicate views by replicating dependant existing views (with optional sheets), or by duplicating views based of other views or by level.

39 Align Sheets

  • Align viewports on selected Sheets with a master Sheet setup.

40 Copy Parameter Values

  • Copy Parameter Values from one Parameter to another.
  • Choose a parameter from the current element or its host or level, and the parameter to copy it to.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.

41 Room Number to Doors and Windows

  • Copy a Room Number to Doors and Windows with a Alpha extension.
  • Quickly align Door and Window numbers with rooms.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.

42 Wall Dimensions

  • Wall Dimensions a string of Walls to their exterior face.
  • Select two or more walls.

43 Place Family Types

  • Place workplane based family types in a row within the current view.
  • Array families vertically and family types horizontally.
  • Choose your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.
    • Directory.

44 SheetEMup

  • Duplicate a sheet and select the views.
  • Quickly duplicate a sheet multiple times by:
    • Selecting from a list of current sheets, the one to duplicate.
    • Choosing to either duplicate the existing views or selecting from a list of project views to place on the new sheets. If the selected view is already on a view it will also be duplicated.

45 Renumber Parameter

  • Renumber any Text, Integer, Number or Length Parameter.
  • Quickly renumber parameters by:
    • Selecting a category
    • Selecting a parameter to renumber
    • Choosing an increment
    • Choosing a prefix and suffix

46 Highlight 3D Elements

  • Highlight 3D elements across a project.
  • Highlight 3D elements according to parameter values.

47 Convert Areas or Rooms To Mass

  • Quickly convert Areas or Rooms To Mass by:
  • Selecting Areas or Rooms as the starting point
  • Choosing to create all forms in one family or one family per each form
  • Choosing Generic Model or Mass as the base family
    • If Mass family you can choose to create the project levels within the family
  • Selecting the Phase for Rooms
  • Selecting the output location for the families
  • Selecting the Areas or Rooms from a list
  • Modifying the height (in bulk by right clicking)

48 Location Point

  • Add a families location point to a parameter.
  • Quickly add a families location point to a parameter in bulk by:
  • Selecting a Category
  • Choosing your selection set
    • Current View
    • Current Selection
    • Entire Project
  • Choosing the base point to use
    • Relative
    • Survey
    • Project
  • Choosing a parameter to place the XYZ coordinate or
  • Choosing a separate parameter for each Z, Y & Z coordinate

49 Room/Area Point

  • Centre the Room/Area location points.
  • Quickly centre Rooms or Areas location points by:
  • Selecting Areas or Rooms as the starting point
  • Choosing your selection set
    • Current View
    • Current Selection
    • Entire Project.

50 Import/Export Points

  • Import/Export location points.
  • Quickly Import families to a specified location point by:
    • Selecting a family type.
    • Selecting a comma separated text file with XYZ coordinates with optional rotation.
    • Choosing the base point to use:
    • Relative.
    • Survey.
    • Project.
  • Quickly Export location points by:
    • Choosing your selection set:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.
    • Choosing the base point to use:
    • Relative.
    • Survey.
    • Project.
    • Selecting a Category.

51 Copy Areas

  • Copy Areas between Area Schemes.
  • There is no way to Copy Areas between Area Schemes within Revit.
  • This tool copies (recreates) Areas by:
    • Choosing the selection set, current selection or view.
    • Selecting the Areas Scheme type.
    • Selecting the destination View.

Note: if there are no area boundary lines in the destination view, then expect 'Area is not in a properly enclosed region' warnings.

52 Renumber Category

  • Remove duplicate mark warnings from selected Categories
  • This tool renumbers ALL elements within selected Categories by using the Element Id.
    • Select one or more element in a view.
    • Run the tool.
    • The tool will output the number of elements within each Category it has renumbered.

53 Show Warnings

  • Highlight and Isolate warnings in any view.
  • Run this tool to highlight and Isolate warnings in any view.

54 Help File

  • Your Company's Help File.

55 Bonus Tools Help

  • Bonus Tools Help.

56 Print Revisions

  • Print Sheets based on their Current Revision.
  • This tool Prints Sheets based on their Revision by:
    • Using the active Print Settings.
    • Selecting the Revision.
    • Selecting the Sheets.

57 DWF Markups

  • Displays all DWF Markups.
  • All DWF Markups are displayed in a grid:
    • Goto host view (Sheet).
    • Export to Excel.

58 File Coordinates

  • Outputs the coordinates of the current file and all linked files.
  • Check the coordination between files.

59 Clash Importer

  • Convert an XML report into clash points and 3D views placed on sheet(s).
  • Select the Generic Family to use as the clash point and enter the desired shared parameters to use in a schedule. Choose whether to also create 3D views with bounding boxes and whether to place them on Sheets. Note: create views and sheets can take time.
  • Choose the XML data you want to load into Shared Parameters.
  • Suggestion - do this in a blank project file. Multiple views and sheets will be created.

60 View Underlay

  • View and change Plan View underlays in bulk.
  • Select one or many Views and the desired View Underlay (including None) and update in bulk.

62 Copy Monitored Elements

  • View all copy monitored Elements.
  • This tool allows you to:
    • View all copy monitored Elements within a project.
    • Select one or many Elements and go to view.
    • Ascertain whether the copy monitor is internal or from a linked file.

63 Element overrides

  • View and remove Element overrides in a View.
  • This tool allows you to:
    • View all Element overrides in view.
    • Remove all Element overrides in one step.
    • Select individual overrides and remove them.

64 Floor to Follow Topography

  • Make a Floor follow a Topography.
  • To run the tool select a Floor and Topography.
  • The tool then makes the Floor follow a Topography by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adjusts the Z value to align with the Topography.
  • Note: You can add more Points and rerun the tool.

65 Floor to Match Topography

  • Make a Floor match a Topography.
  • To run the tool select a Floor or Roof and Topography.
  • The tool then matches the Floor to the Topography by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adding new Sub Elements to match points within the Topography.
  • Note: Use 26 Topography Surface Edge first to set the Floor Boundaries to equal the Topography.

66 Topography to Follow Floor

  • Make a Topography follow a Floor.
  • To run the tool select a Floor or Roof and Topography.
  • The tool then makes the Topography follow a Floor by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adding Point within the Topography to match the Sub Elements.
  • Note: You will need to remove and add secondary points as required.

67 Extensible Storage List

  • Lists all Extensible Storage schemas within a Project.
  • Double click on a schema(row) to see the fields associated to the schema.

68 Section Box To Scope Box

  • Makes a Section Box match a selected Scope Box.
  • Within a 3d View select a Scope Box and run the tool.

69 Section Box to Scope Box updater

  • Compile a matrix list between Scope Boxes and 3D Views.
  • At any time bulk update 3D Views Section Boxes to match changed Scope Boxes.

70 Folder creator

  • Add place holder Views and Sheets into the Project Browser to guide users with filing of Views.
  • Based on the existing Browser Organisation, specify names for user editable Parameters.

71 RDS tool

  • Quickly create Views for each Room.
  • Create: Floor Plans, Ceiling Plans, Elevations, 3Ds, Schedules and Sheets for each Room.

72 Workset creator

  • Quickly enable and create Worksets based on a template.
  • Create a save a template structure for Worksets.

73 Unused Elevation Markers

  • View and delete unused Elevation Markers.
  • View and remove unwanted Elevation Markers quickly.

74 View Renamer

  • Name Views based on a set of criteria.
  • Use View Parameters to control View Names.

75 Family Type Renamer

  • Rename Family and Type names to comply with Standards.
  • Select a Category to Exports Element Name and Type Names to Excel to change and then Import the modifications.

76 Element Tracker

  • This tool will allow you to communicate to Consultants any changes within a week.
  • For this tool to work you must add the following parameters to your project and select Categories to Track:
    • Monday
    • Tuesday
    • Wednesday
    • Thursday
    • Friday
    • Saturday
    • Sunday
  • Any Elements Added or Modified within the selected Categories will have a date (yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm) and user name added to the appropriate day of the week parameter.

77 Project Parameters

  • View and bulk assign Shared Parameters to Categories.
  • View the matrix between Project Parameters and Categories.
  • Tick/untick Categories and click the “Apply Categories” button to bulk update Project Parameters.

78 Plan Regions

  • Bulk copy Plan Regions between Views.
  • Identify template Views with Plan Regions to copy to one or many other Views.
  • Re-running this tool will delete existing all Plan Regions prior to placing new.");

79 Grid Alignment

  • Bulk align Grid 2D extents between Views.
  • Identify template Views with 2D Grid extents to copy to one or many other Views.

80 Revision List

  • Lists all Revisions in a List.
  • Export the List to Excel.

81 Floor To Follow Floor

  • Make a Floor follow another Floor.
  • To run the tool first go to a 3D View then select two Floors.
  • The tool then makes the first selected Floor follow the second selected Floor by enabling Modify Sub Elements and adjusting the Z values.
  • Note: You can add more Points and rerun the tool.

82 Detail Group To View Map

  • Check which Views, Details groups are added to.
  • Delete Detail Groups from Views.
  • Swap a Detail Group for another.
  • Export the Map to Excel.

83 Create Area Lines

  • Quickly convert Detail Lines to to Area Lines.
  • To run the tool first go to an Area Plan with Detail Lines and select the Detail Line.

84 Scope Box Map

  • View which Scope Boxes are in use.

85 Line Patterns

  • View all Line Patterns in the Project.
  • Bulk delete unwanted Line Patterns.

86 Rename number Sheets

  • Quickly rename and number Sheets.

87 3D Room Tags

  • Create 3d Room Tags using a Generic Model Family.
  • This tool create 3D Room Tags by:
    • Choosing the selection set, current selection or view.
    • Choosing the Rooms, Areas or Spaces.
    • Selecting a Generic Model Family. Note: A Generic Model Family instance must exist in the Project.
    • Selecting Parameters to Map between Rooms and Generic Model Families.
    • Note: you must select at least the Room Element Id which is used for updates.

88 Element Properties

  • Enter one or more Element ID's and View their Parameters.
  • Use in conjunction with Element Tracker Deletions to view Elements that are to be deleted.

89 Open Views

  • Bulk open multiple View is one go.
  • Set Revit to bulk opens Views removing the manual process.

90 Copy View Templates

  • Copy one or more View Templates from one or more Linked files.
  • Copy one or more View Templates from one or more Linked files.

91 Advanced Sheet Duplication

  • Duplicate one or many Sheets from any File.
  • Quickly duplicate sheets by:
    • Selecting one or more from a list of sheets to duplicate.
    • Choosing the title block to be assigned to the duplicated sheets.
    • Choosing whether to duplicate the views on the current sheets and place them on the duplicated sheets.

92 Copy Plan Region By Parameter

  • Bulk copy Plan Regions between Views by Parameter.
    • Add a Parameter to Views and insert the View Type and Name separated by a semicolon i.e. 'Floor Plan : Level 1', this will be the View it copies the Plan Regions from.
    • Note: the spelling of the View Type, View Name and ‘ : ‘ deliminator must be accurate or the process will not work.

93 Grid Alignment By Parameter

  • Bulk align Grid 2D extents between Views by Parameter.
  • Add a Parameter to Views and insert the View Type and Name separated by a semicolon i.e. 'Floor Plan : Level 1', this will be the View it aligns the grid from.

Note: the spelling of the View Type, View Name and ‘ : ‘ deliminator must be accurate or the process will not work.

94 2D Element Usage

  • View the relationship between Views and 2D Family Elements items.

95 Family Standards

  • View the Family Standards for a Project.
  • View the following properties for all Families within a Project: Sub Categories, Line Patterns, Fill Patterns, Materials, Parameters, Text and Labels, and Dimensions.
  • Export to Excel or CSV for further analysis.

96 Room Paint Bomb

  • Bulk Paint Walls, Floors, Ceilings and Roofs by Room Material.
  • Quickly Paint Walls, Floors, Ceilings and Roofs to match a Material assigned to a Room.
  • Filter Rooms by:
    • Current View.
    • Current Selection.
    • Entire Project.
  • And search by Parameter.
  • Select the Room Material Parameter.
  • Skip Walls that you do not want to Paint by Parameter.

97 Room Paint Report

  • Report on Painted Walls surrounding Rooms.
    • Choose the Material Parameter i.e. Name, Mark and write the Materials back to the Room.

98 Find Painted Elements

  • Find all Painted Elements with a Project.
    • Isolate selected Elements and bulk remove Paint from faces.

99 Copy Scope Box

  • Copy Scope Boxes between files.
    • If a Scope Box with the same name already exists, the tool will delete, create and reconnect the Views connected to the old Scope Box.

100 Schedule Usage

  • View what Sheets a Schedule is placed on.
    • Quickly view how many times a Schedule has been place prior to deleting or modifying it.

101 Select Title Blocks

  • Bulk change multiple Title Blocks.
    • Select a range of Title Blocks by Sheet Number or Name etc.

102 Revision Clouds

  • Convert Revision Cloud data to a Revit Dummy Schedule.";
  • View Revision Clouds within the Entire Project or Current Sheet, showing all Revision Clouds or only those that have not been issued.
  • Export the Grid to Excel.
    • Create a Revit Dummy Schedule from the Grid by:
    • Selecting an Existing Schedule on an Existing Sheet as the placement location.
    • Selecting Schedule Columns and Widths.
    • Entering a default cell height.
    • Note: the height of the cells does not auto adjust.
    • Select a View Template.
    • Select to replace an Existing copy of the Schedule if created.
    • Note: the Schedule is named by the Sheet Name and Number.
    • Each Time the Sheet is re-issued this tool will need to be re-run to update the Dummy Schedule.

103 Wall Direction

  • Calculate the orientation a Wall i.e. N, S, E, W etc.
  • Apply orientation to a selected parameter.

104 Replace Line Styles

  • Swap all Model and Detail Lines within a View or Project with another Line Style.
    • Note: this will note swap Lines within a Group or Filled Region etc.

105 Tag All

  • Tag All Elements by one or more View.
  • Select the Tag, Category and Views to Tag.

106 Schedule Browser

  • Browser Schedule by Category and Group by Prefix or Suffix.
    • Quickly navigate Schedules using this Schedule Browser.
    • View what Sheets a Schedule is placed on.
    • Note: May need to click Apply/Update to see additions, modifications and deletions.

107 Next Number

  • Find the next sequential number for any Parameter.
  • Select and Element then run the tool then:
    • Select a Parameter: Mark, Number, Comments etc.
    • Enter Text the Parameter must contains.
    • Enter a new Number and click Ok to renumber the Element.

108 Add Project Shared Parameters

  • Bulk load Shared Parameters into a Project.

109 Topography to Follow Topography

  • Make a Topography follow another Topography.
    • To run the tool first go to a 3D View then select a Topography to follow and then the Topography to modify.
    • This tool makes it easy to update to Topography already in a Project, without starting from scratch or splitting and merging surfaces (which is hit and miss).
    • Note: For best results, modify the existing Topography to remove all internal and boundary points that lie within the zone of the new Topography layout, this ensures there are now duplicated points and all copy across.

110 Legend Usage

  • Determined how many Sheets a Legend is placed on.
    • Quickly and accurately determine if a Legend can be deleted.

111 Shared Parameter Usage

  • Determined which Project and Shared Parameters have Values assigned to them prior to deletion.
    • For each Parameter, view all Categories associated to the Parameter, and all the distinct Values.

112 Dockable Dialog

  • Output dialog for all Bonus Tools tools.
    • Removes the many dialogs that some Bonus Tools tools require.

113 Dockable Element Dialog

  • View Element Properties as they are added/modified/deleted.
    • Ensure you only have the Elements selected you want to delete or modify.

114 Fill Patterns

  • View all Fill Pattern, Drafting and Model and bulk delete.
    • The Tools will attempt to return all used of the Fill Pattern. Note there are limitations.

115 Search Tools

  • Search and run a Tool.
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