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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Stafford View Post
    I traded emails with someone at Autodesk, they might put together a Dynamo fix option.
    I think this might be able to be done using the "Hide Categories Everywhere" workflow in this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gKfFM50wNw

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnp View Post
    I think this might be able to be done using the "Hide Categories Everywhere" workflow in this video...
    Watched the video...and took this stab at it. It doesn't work though. I didn't use the node for override graphics because it didn't seem relevant to me...
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    Yeah, you definitely need the overrides, even if you leave it blank. Otherwise that input is unfulfilled and the node will not run.

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    Okay, I put it back in... no joy The graph isn't touching the views themselves. The selection is focus on view types but doesn't grab the actual views. It ought to work once I solve that. When I grab a specific view on its own it turns off the subcategories as expected.
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    Change the last node to "cross product" this means that it will hide all of the given categories (3) in all the supplied views.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnp
    Change the last node to "cross product" this means that it will hide all of the given categories (3) in all the supplied views.
    ...it's the little things...if it was a snake it'd bit me... wait, it did bite me. Cheers!

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    For anyone interested, the attached graph will turn off the Internal Origin, Project Base Point and Survey Point for Floor and Ceiling plans, Elevations, Sections and 3D views. Change the code block from True to False and you turn them all back on in the views. The Archilab package is required.

    FYI, I get a warning (see image) that a View Template is not valid for this view type when running it on some files. When I use Dynamo Player it reports Run completed with errors. So far it seems to do what it needs to on the views that it doesn't complain about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willsud View Post
    A minor annoyance, and possibly this feature is really useful for some but the 2020.2 update today seems to have added an x,y,z set of arrows to the ?origin in views.

    Would anyone know if this gizmo can be hidden please?

    Zoom All to a cropped view now doesn't work well as the gizmo seems to be always visible.
    It's not a minor annoyance, it's a major annoyance. Why Autodesk assumed having this Internal Origin icon on all the time in all views was a good idea is beyond baffling. Having to go into EVERY view to turn this off if you're not using View Templates everywhere (yeah, OK, shoot me) is maddening. This should be a global setting you can adjust.....But then this is Autodesk, so why am I not surprised it's not.
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    If somebody "toys" with unclipping. Lately I always use pyRevit tool to create a cross-hair at the Revit Origin instead of a Temp Link to indicate cross-hairs. If only we could tie the "Origin" to a Global Parameter for visibility, lol.

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    Try reading the whole thread when you have time. The reason that 2020 files are affected this way is they don’t go through an upgrade sequence. Older version files get upgraded and they have control of what is visible because upgrades involve running code on the file. A 2020 file just gets opened. A point release rule is “no upgrade” required to deliver new features. They could have held back the feature until 2021 release.

    It doesn’t print. It’s most inconvenient issue is that it affects view navigation badly.
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