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*HIX
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05-06-2004 10:34 AM
No one seems to have the answer to my Render problems message posted a few days ago. Was my query too simple? Please help.
*Greg Cashen
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05-06-2004 10:49 AM in reply to: *HIX
First off, replying to the original question would make it easier for people to know what you are talking about... Second, I am assuming you actually have materials in your material libraries and that your settings are pointing to those material libraries...actually, I said I assume this, but I doubt it is actually the case. I suspect you are pointing to non-existent directories or empty mlibs. "HIX" wrote in message news:409a7898_2@newsprd01... > No one seems to have the answer to my Render problems message posted a few > days ago. > > Was my query too simple? > > Please help. > > > >
*Scott Davis
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05-06-2004 11:38 AM in reply to: *HIX
This NG gets a little activity, but I suggest you join the forums at www.zoogdesign.com/forums Zoogdesign is the best source for Revit information. But to try and answer your question: make sure your material libraries are installed, and that Revit points to their location. (Tools>Settings) It sounds like your Revit may not know where the libraries are located. SD "HIX" wrote in message news:409a7898_2@newsprd01... > No one seems to have the answer to my Render problems message posted a few > days ago. > > Was my query too simple? > > Please help. > > > >

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