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Discussion: Way to track which views have which scope box assigned?

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    Way to track which views have which scope box assigned?

    I'm attempting to clean up a model file in DD - there are a TON of (named) scope boxes, which I want to thin down, but I don't want to have to search for views that have lost their orientation as a result (all scope boxes are reorienting a non-orthogonal scope of work).

    Scheduling views is no help, as that parameter is unaccessible in Schedules.

    Appreciate any advice - thanks!

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    No. It's one of those (many) instance properties that we can see in the properties window but we cannot schedule.
    By curiosity, I exported a model to DbLink, to see if the Views table contained a column for the Scope box of the view, but no...

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    I thought that I discussed this with Harry Mattison (Boost your BIM) but I am not finding the email thread I recall. I might be confusing it with something else but I thought he created a macro that could provide a report of the scope boxes in play and the views that are assigned to them. Maybe he'll chime in?

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    I know this is a long shot, but any chance you came across information on that macro? would be super useful!

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    in case anyone searches, this seems to be a useful tool for managing scope boxes: https://apps.autodesk.com/RVT/en/Det...ng=en&os=Win64

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