If you’re having trouble running an ArchSmarter macro, you might need to rebuild the source code. To do this, follow these four steps;
In Revit, go to the “Manage” ribbon and select the “Macro Manager” icon to open the “Macro Manager” dialog.
In the “Macro Manager” dialog box, the macro has a red “X” icon to the left of its name. This indicates there’s a problem with the macro code. Click the “Edit” button on the right-hand side of the dialog. This will launch SharpDevelop macro editing program.
In SharpDevelop, click “Build” in the menu bar then select “Build Solution”.
After code is rebuilt, the “Errors” window at the bottom of the screen should show “0” errors.
Switch back to Revit and open the “Macro Manager” dialog box (if it’s not already open). The red “X” should be gone and you can select the macro from the list. With the macro selected, click the “Run” button to run the macro.