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Change Hardcoded Titleblock Sheet Name Parameter from single line text to Multiline

Change Hardcoded Titleblock Sheet Name Parameter from single line text to Multiline

There nothing worse than having a project browser with long names with large spaces. Instead of hitting space bar 100 times to get the text in the right place a simple multi line parameter should hopefully do the same job. 

4 Comments
david.burow
Advocate

I completely agree, but I do have a slightly better workaround for you.  You can insert a carriage return in a single line parameter.  The way I know to do it is copy/paste two lines of text from a text editor (like notepad, not a word processing program).  Then i delete the added text and leave the return.  I think you can to it from a Revit text box too.

 

Maybe someone here knows a unicode shortcut for whatever this character is.  

apjones
Advocate

I have not verified this, but I think CTRL+Enter will place a carriage return in the line as well.

shane.scanlon
Explorer

CTRL+ENTER does not work with sheet name parameter unfortunately, very annoying!

bowenja
Contributor

Or allow "MultiParameter" to be the Sheet Name that appears in the Project Browser

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