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archi-lab.net has been around for a long time. It has started back when I was just a student at IIT, and needed a place to write down my thoughts. Inspired by the greats that came before me, it was means of sharing my knowledge with all that would read and listen. Over the years, I have made many posts, recorded many videos, written lots of code and answered plenty of questions…all courtesy of archi-lab. However, due to new life circumstances, I have less time now to write the blog, and maintain all of the code that I have written over the years. That’s why I am asking everyone that is willing to support me, and wants to see me keep writing blog posts, and sharing my ideas, solutions and occasional rants to become a Patreon Patron. I will use the money to maintain my blog, keep writing, keep maintaining the code and who knows, maybe even create new stuff.

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4 Comments

  1. Hi Konrad,
    Thank you for your open source attitude. I am merely a beginner at this. I tried using your SelectByParameterValue Node but could not figure out what was the evaluator input. Will appreciate your tip on this.
    Hope to be able to contribute like you in the future.

    Eyal

  2. Gretchen Schwab says:

    I have a quick question. I am wondering if it is possible to use Dynamo to create a pdf from a revit project in order of the table of contents. I have not been able to find a clear description and wanted to know if it was possible to write an interface list that orders the pdf by the organization of the table of contents.
    I would appreciate any info you may have.
    Thanks Gretchen

    • I think it might be possible. You would have to extract a sorted/ordered list of sheets from the schedule, and then create the PDF in that order. I haven’t tried that, but it sounds possible.

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