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August 26, 2009

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william rivera

The file is dated 2009-04-16. Is not available yet.

william rivera

the file is not available yet, the one in subscription is dated 2009-04-16.

Alexandra Arnold

Hello, William – I think you’ve got the correct file. This extension was made available as part of the “Revit Extensions for Autodesk Revit Structure 2010” batch we posted on 4/16/2009. Check it out…if you don’t see it, please email me at alexandra.arnold@autodesk.com.

Jason

Is there anyway to get this extension to work with Revit Architecture?!?! I'd LOVE to be able to have a more powerful selection / filter tool!

Alexandra Arnold

Jason: I think you are in luck! Elements Positioning is listed as available within the “Revit Extensions for Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010” package on the subscription center…

www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawlDRU5OvHaKXXI27XzHfgwxnjAwR3m9SiM

Doens this means that the extension mentioned here in this thread is the same version as the one available in the "Revit Extensions for Autodesk Revit Structure 2010" posted 4/16/2009. OR is this a newer version and I have to download the whole extenstion pack again to get the newer version?

Wai Chu

HI all,

Sorry for the confusion. I just ask inhouse and this one is indeed the one posted on 4/16/2009. There fore no need to download the whole package again.

I just rename this thread title so that it is more clear now.

www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawlDRU5OvHaKXXI27XzHfgwxnjAwR3m9SiM

I am trying the Element positioning extension and I have more than 100 columns and it seems that the max allowable number is 100.

Wai Chu

Hi our inhouse did a quick test and and we are able to tag 200 columns. I was told that there shouldn't be any limitation.

May I suggest you to send your data and file to the Extension support team (robobat.support@autodesk.com) to take a quick look?

chalazion surgery

You can define the syntax for each tag position name to include a tag number to display a number by set of objects with identical type and features or by each element.

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