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« Autodesk Project Dasher | Main | Revit Architecture Roombook Extension Availability »

Monday, 13 December 2010

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One small problem: The Room book Extension is not on the Subscription Center. :-(

Is it possible for customer, which is not in German to get this Extension, I really need this.

It is available as an International version, however it appears not all countries can access it from Subscription Center and I am trying to find out why.

It looks as if the extension has only been made available to a few countries at present, I am trying to find out why.

I believe it is limited to an "international" group of European countries at the moment because of it's original focus on the spedific needs of the German market. They may be able to expand it further but no timeline for it yet.

Now that, I download the .exe file and install but "Error 1324. The path Gaumbuch f? Revit 2011 contains an invalid charater."
How do I??
I think that "very useful extensions"
-Nam-Ha Kwon in Korea-

Its available in Australia - either the European Union has just been extended, or maybe its just not available for those on imperial units ie. You Steve (US) ;)

Hi Nam.

Not sure why you are getting that error, best thing to do is to log it with Subscription Support and get them to take a look at it.

Cheers,

Simon

I change my country into US, and language to English. So I get the file now.

is this no longer available for Revit 2012?

Hi SL,
At the moment it is not available for 2012, I am not currently aware when/if it will be.

The extension freezes when trying to calculate room QT. Any advice?

Hi Frank,

Not heard of that. Best thing to do is log it with Subscription Support so it can be investigated.

Thanks,

Simon

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