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Old Addins

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leonardo.k
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Old Addins

Hey guys.

Once upon a time... hehe

There was a addin to help us clean the project, remove some empty elements and stuff like this.

After this last update, I can't find this addin, there is a place where I can find this old addins?

I can't remember the name but is something with "empty".

If you guys can help me on that, I appreciated.

 

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tykapl.breuil
in reply to: leonardo.k

Addins should be stored in AppData\Roaming\Autodesk\Autodesk Fusion 360\API\AddIns, maybe check there if there is your file.

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BrianEkins
in reply to: leonardo.k

Add-ins can exist anywhere. As was mentioned, the default location if you create a new add-in is "AppData\Roaming\Autodesk\Autodesk Fusion 360\API\AddIns", but there is a preference you can use to change the default to anywhere on your machine. There are also a couple of other locations that Fusion looks for add-ins. These are primarily used by add-ins you would install from the app store. My guess is that your add-in is in neither of these locations because Fusion is still looking there. The other option is to use the green plus symbols beside "My Scripts" or "My Add-Ins" in the Scripts and Add-Ins dialog and browse to the folder that contains the script or add-in. It can exist anywhere and Fusion will remember this location. My guess is that something was done in this latest release to the file that remembers these locations.

 

What I would do is search your machine for any folders that have "remove" as part of the name. When you find it you can use the green plus to add it back.

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