In my constant search for ways to automate trivial processes and make life easier I came across DropIt. A free flexible tool to automate processing & organizing files and folders On the above site it shows this flow. Basically you make a rule with actions on a file type/filter and it will do those actions.
There are times when you need a little tool to do something. You could download a programme to do it, or you could use an online tool. Mostly though, you only need the tools at infrequent intervals , or you have a specific project that requires some minor tools. I’m a fan of free online
I haven’t played much with C# and revit add-ins for a while and I thought it would be good to re-explore the process. The last time I was trying to do so was about 3 years ago so I thought I’d look on Mr YouTube to see what has appeared since my last effort. It
I have been working n a project with a number of buildings. To begin with I had them all in one model, but as the scheme developed the buildings became a bit more complex, the forms settled down, and I decided to split them into seperate files to manage them better. Revit shared coordinates I’d
I’ve just buggered another computer, so loading software onto a new PC is tedious, but also good in that you can review programmes that you’ve loaded and you can consider if you want them on your new computer A couple of productivity tools I want to ment ion are 1. Textify & 2. Smart Caps
Somewhere I came across Standard Library but best searched for under StdLib. I signed up for it and found a couple of videos. It looked like magic and required serious coding, so I put it down at the time. I have been receiving regular “onboarding” emails (Seems pretty common and irritating when you sign up
I’m developing a series of 3D PDF’s for an As-Built phase of a commercial project. I wanted to split the set into Architectural model, structural, specific services and a general fire model (passive only so where fire rated walls are located). My initial workflow was messy and hard to replicate so I wanted to make
I get GlideApp Community emails most days with updates. David Siegel posted about putting your information up for possible work (https://spectrum.chat/glideapps/general/get-paid-to-help-people-make-glide-apps~d1129038-4265-417b-ae63-f767cb71a3b6) and suggested a meeting app like Calendly for organizing appointments with people interested in talking to you. I thought it was a great idea, but I didn’t have a Calendly account, so needed to