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  Saturday March 4 2017
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Hello everybody
I am currently working on Dynamo (latest version 1.2) with REVIT 2016. It is quite affordable and very interesting. The problem though is that when I create geometry in REVIT I can't select it so I can't touch it.
If I use existing families, no problem I can delete them.
Even the created points are not selectable.
For creation, I did not define a "Level"!

Has anyone ever had this problem and how to fix it.
Goods.
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Hello,
By right-clicking on the nodes it is possible to deactivate the preview, the node then changes color and becomes dark gray.
https://primer.dynamobim.org/fr/03_Anatomy-of-a-Dynamo-Definition/3-1_dynamo_nodes.html
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Hello everyone, I am a newbie on Dynamo (student drawing project on Revit)
I would like to know how to hide the '' blue line '' generated by Dynamo or just by placing generic modules. Example, for a row of tiles I end up with a '' pretty '' neo blue in 3D view!
Thank you in advance and good day !
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Another solution but which does not yet give a modifiable cone but surely normal because the cones can only be created in families and not in REVIT projects.
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Here is a solution to generate an instance but I cannot modify the volume to create ... what other solution can I take?
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Sorry to bother you again but suddenly, how do you generate the volume to be able to actually create it and therefore modify it in revit? I tried following "Solid" but it was not that ... I want to use a node which transforms this geometry into solid but is this the right solution? ... thank you
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Great ... thank you, I'm watching this tonight ...
And yes, Julien BENOIT seems to know Dynamo well!:)
See you soon !
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I had not seen this option before Julien Benoit showed it to me. Very stupid when you know where it is :) (see picture)
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Hello Tony,

I already had this geometry problem with Dynamo, if we are talking about this blue line? (attached image). We are supposed to be able to solve it apparently with start and stop transactions or that kind of node by targeting the "node used to generate it" as Benoit puts it. Personally I had bypassed it by creating a button on Revit using Dyno but I doubt that this will be a solution for you. What exactly do you want to do?
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Geometry generated in Dynamo is visible in Revit if the display option is chosen.
But the fact that it's not selectable is simply because it doesn't exist in Revit until you use a node to generate it.
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