Tool.Eraser


Send Revit elements to this node and it will delete them. It will also report items that it can’t delete. It is very useful for project cleanup tasks.

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6 thoughts on “Tool.Eraser

    1. There are various situations in Revit, but usually it will be because some other element or Type is ‘depending’ on this one and so Revit won’t allow the deletion to occur.

      1. So it would be safe to say that if the view is used on a sheet it will not be delete using this method, and that this would be a good method to use in order to purge unused views before transmitting a Revit model?

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