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Programmatically reload keynote file?

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12-21-2012 10:07 AM

Are there any developers that know of a way to programmatically reload a keynote file? (instead of setting up a hotkey or going to annotate-tags-keynoting settings-reload)


I have scoured the internet and also noticed that Jeremy Tammik said he did not know of a way, but I thought I might try my luck here.


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Re: Programmatically reload keynote file?

01-04-2013 03:14 PM in reply to: joeldeehr

We had some internal discussions on this in the recent past and there wasnt any official workaround that came up with the current API.


Sorry for not having any workaround to suggest at this point of time.

Saikat Bhattacharya

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Re: Programmatically reload keynote file?

12-14-2013 08:29 PM in reply to: saikat
This is bad news. All work creating a keynote file editor is stymied by this. I take it you are saying the user keynotes are not exposed at all to provide access to the filename AND the Revit UI keynote settings dialogs cannot be called and their button control events are also not accessible, because just being able to automate the manual method is better than nothing at all. It is ironic that such a narrow view was applied to both the code and how user keynotes are used. I would assume Autodesk has this at the top of the todo list by now.
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