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cjohnson
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Opening Model - Workset options

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09-11-2013 07:05 AM

Greetings,

 

We have a central model that has several worksets and links.  When we open the model all the workesets are closed.  So I close the model, open the model with the open options and select All.  The model opens with all the worksets open.  I tried to save the model locally and centrall but the next time I go into the model the worksets are closed.  I would like all the worksets to be open by default.  Can anyone shed any light on why this might be happening?

 

This is for Revit 2014 (BDS) Build 20130709_2115(x64) UR1

 

Thanks,

Craig

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LisaDrago
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Re: Opening Model - Workset options

09-11-2013 11:36 AM in reply to: cjohnson

Hello and Welcome to the Discussion!

 

It sounds like an interesting issue - I was unable to recreate it.

I created a central model, closed all of the created worksheets and as I saved it I went to the options (image attached) and set the Open worksets default: to last Viewed.

When I opened the model all of the worksheets were closed.

I opened them all and sync'd to the central, then closed and reopened - but the worksheets were open. How they are kept at close I am not sure.

 

Even after opening them with them closed - have you gone to the collaborate tab or the worksharing shortcut on the status bar and just open them? Instead of closing and opening and specifying what is open? Just a thought...

 

LD

 

 


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