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April 13, 2011

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Chris Hubbard

Harlan,

Have to say I liked the new method. We will see how it works as we go on.

How do I add my firm and project libraries to the deployment? I tried and there was no way to get them added. Also nothing in the deploy help.

cadalot-revitlearningcurve.blogspot.com

Not as good as previous years you don't always want to install with a library. And again no readme re whats new, whats been deleted and what has been fixed in each section.

Chad

Removing the content downloader progress was a bad move. It looks as though the installer has stalled and users will be likely to cancel or forcefully close the installation. Not good.

cadalot-revitlearningcurve.blogspot.com

Instaled at work tuning off all the content because It's hosted on our server and the bloodything still downloaded all he content and looked like it had crashed at 5 of 8 for about 50 minutes.

Really not impressed

Alvin Morie

Last year we decided to change the structure and naming of the families in the content library, to make them easier to find. It has met with much success.

To that end, I would like to know if there is any NEW content, or is it all upgraded content from the prior years' library? If there is nothing really NEW, and since I have to upgrade all our custom content anyway, I could use the same batch utilities to upgrade everything, and be able to keep our naming and file structure intact. If there is some new content, being able to identify it would be a huge time saver.

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