Move Revit element in Grasshopper

Hi,
is it impossible to use the classic GH move component on a Revit element or am i doing something wrong?
Thanks

The move would be done on the Point > Location, no?

https://www.rhino3d.com/inside/revit/beta/guides/revit-interact

So you’ve got no choice : the location point used when you create the component has to be in the good position immediatly because it can’t be adjusted afterwards?
What if i need the geometry of the component to calculate its good position?

No. The GH transform component move the geometry-extracted-from-revit-element and not the actual Revit element. We need to create a “Set Location” component for Rhino.Inside.Revit

Added an issue for this:

while you wait for that node to be created you could reference this image to show you how to make a custom c# node to move a line based revit element.
the code could be modified to include a pointed based element

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Hi

I can see that it is an old post. Has the “Set Location” been done?

What I need is to change an existing Structural Framing in Revit to a new location using a reference line.

So, the input being the element that need to change (structural framing), and a geometry input (new line). It should then relocate the existing revit element based on it’s location line.

This could also be point input for families that are set by point.

/Bjarke

We are working in those components, one that allows you to move-orient the element and another for curve like elements that will allow you to extract and modify the curve.

Both will be available on the next release.

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The release is ready!!

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