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    It it possible to have a parameter/label on the title sheet that can get the GPS position from the position set in the locations dialog box?

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    Default Re: GPS Position

    interesting question, is it means to read values of Revit's survey point or shared coordinate system? don't know if it can be done w/o using API, in fact you can get values of shared coordinate system by using API.

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    Default Re: GPS Position

    Dont really know how the API works, so wont be able to use it that way

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    Default Re: GPS Position

    It wouldn't have anything to do with the project and survey points and coordinate systems. I think the OP wants something that strictly reads the GPS lat/lon coordinates shown under Manage > Location.

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    Thats correct

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