#AU2013 Wish #3 – Dockable web browser

Sean asked “Question for you: Is it possible to replace the #Revit Recent Files page with custom HTML, either local file or online?”

There is no straightforward way to replace the Recent Files page (it is built at run-time by Revit). But here are two ways to show a web browser as part of the Revit session.

  1. A modeless, independent dialog with a web browser is showed when Revit starts
  2. A dockable web browser is created after the first Revit file is opened
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