Aligning rotated views is fully supported starting with the November 2019 release. If you are experiencing any issues, please check that you have the latest release of IdeateApps for your Revit version. If so, please contact email@example.com
In the May 2019 release, rotated views are no longer considered ‘similar’, even to other rotated views. We took this step due to inconsistent results when aligning views with stretched & rotated crop regions, caused by Revit API limitation.
By default, views considered ‘not similar’ are aligned using the top left corner of the view port, regardless of the contents. Views considered ‘similar’ are aligned based on the data coordinates.
NOTE: Rotated plan views containing annotation elements (e.g. section view marker) that extend beyond the bounding box (using either a crop region or scope box) will not align correctly unless these extended annotation elements are the same in both views.
As a workaround, either enlarge the bounding box to include all visible elements, or first hide them in view, perform align and then unhide them again.
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