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    Run the same Dynamo script for put various family type instances??

    Hi,

    I'm doing an automation for put hangers in pipes and ducts. I already done that, but when I run the Dynamo script multiples times with different pipes, it erase the last hangers and put news in the selected pipe.

    I don't know how to tell Dynamo that the run it's done and need to create new instance, I guess with a python script is possible but I don't know if with the build in nodes I can do it.

    I'll appreciate any feedback, thanks.

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    The easiest way is to close the script and open it again to run it a second time, or use Dynamo Player.

    What dynamo does is keep selections over different runs unless something changes in the graph, this is why some nodes have a Run Me (or something similar) input for a boolean node.

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    In Rhythm there is also the Bake node that removes the element binding from the graph.

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