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myhoe11
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Problems with linked in files in Revit 2013. NEED HELP PLEASE!

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10-09-2012 07:51 AM

I have a major problem with linked in files in Revit 2013.

 

We are a group of five people, working on a school project. I have built the model in links and linked them into a centralfile.

 

My problem is that the others kan open the central file, and create a local file for them to work in, but when i try to open the central file it resolve the links.


If i reload the links again, and synchronise the links will dissapere for the other users.

Why is this happening?

 

I have tried everything, I have read all of your guides, i have reinstalled Revit, everything!

 

Please help me so i can go on with my school project. It will mean a lot to me if we could fix it together.

 

Im from Denmark, and please Mail me if you can help.. - MyHoe11@gmail.com

 

Regards.
Mark Hoe

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TravisNave
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Re: Problems with linked in files in Revit 2013. NEED HELP PLEASE!

10-09-2012 09:01 AM in reply to: myhoe11

Try posting in the appropriate Revit forum. 

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Revit/ct-p/2003

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