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Revit 2013 Add-Ins Ribbon

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12-26-2012 09:30 AM

When you download apps and then add to the ribbon, is there any way to ADD another "Add-Ins" ribbon when number of installed apps exceeds the ribbon's available space ?

 

Also, some addins create large wide buttons ie: IFC Exporter for Revit 2013 and Revit IFC Export Alternate UI 2013 which have no purpose other than to tell you they are installed. How would you delete these buttons from the Ribbon, as they really have no purpose.

 

 

Thanks for any help.

 

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Re: Revit 2013 Add-Ins Ribbon

12-27-2012 03:57 AM in reply to: Lineabove

it is possible to do throgh additional programming. 

a programmer can add more tabs.

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Re: Revit 2013 Add-Ins Ribbon

12-27-2012 05:44 AM in reply to: Intecinfocom

I was hoping that this would be something that could be accomplished through the CUI or even by modifying the *.addin file.  Will wait and see what the 2014 version brings.

 

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Re: Revit 2013 Add-Ins Ribbon

12-27-2012 07:28 AM in reply to: Lineabove

may be some other users can suggest a better alternate.

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