Does anyone know if it is possible to host an adaptive point along the intersection of two reference planes? Or is there another way to accomplish this same idea? Thank you!
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The location of an adaptive point in the family editor is not not relevant in regards to reference planes. These points are important in the project, when the the user determines their location, and based on that location, Revit "runs" the family, as if it was a routine that uses the adaptive points as arguments.
Thanks Alfredo, that confirms what I thought. Just thinking out loud a little bitLMaybe I will add this to the wishlist; there are times when this would be helpful. For example, I may want the line formed by the intersecting planes of a sloping roof or ceiling and a wall. So, if the wall was rotated or moved, the point would stay attached to that intersecting line and move along (up and down) the plane of the ceiling/roof. There is probably a way to do this through formulas and I see in the help documentation you can host a point on the edge of joined geometries. It just seems that this wouldn't be too much of reach from the ability to host to the edge of joined geometries.
A graphical example of what you are trying to do would help me to give you a better opinion on this. It may be that what you need to do can be done by other means, not necessarily by adaptive points.
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