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    RVT to RVT linking is based on elevation model...

    RVT to RVT linking is based on elevation model zero elevation to model zero elevation. You can move them up to a different elevation. Linking isn't intended to manage repetitive units effectively,...
  2. Choose Disable... Unless you really want Revit...

    Choose Disable...

    Unless you really want Revit to create a named UCS (Revit60-DefaultLocation) in the DWG. Its purpose is to permit exporting from Revit to DWG via Project Base Point and then...
  3. When you restarted Revit the disjoin option was...

    When you restarted Revit the disjoin option was reset to not checked.

    Not a bug, when you move a viewport and Disjoin is checked Revit thinks you're trying to create a new view. Move with the...
  4. Uncheck the disjoin option

    Uncheck the disjoin option
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    Often a failure to join happens because the forms...

    Often a failure to join happens because the forms don't overlap enough...a sliver of join condition is too small to create it.
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    Join Geometry

    Join Geometry
  7. If you aren't sharing the same categories then...

    If you aren't sharing the same categories then the host model will turn off their categories too. It's just more complicated when you are using the same category they are and you only want to see...
  8. What happens if there are no other CAD files in...

    What happens if there are no other CAD files in the current project? I'm mulling over the possibility that other CAD files are accumulating an extent issue. Imagine one CAD file has large extents but...
  9. Any other CAD files already linked into the...

    Any other CAD files already linked into the current project?
  10. If the civil file is already linked and you are...

    If the civil file is already linked and you are using reload or reload from I have seen the file not respond to the changes until it is removed and linked again as if new.

    I use purgeall right...
  11. Seems to me that forces you down the path of...

    Seems to me that forces you down the path of consumed models where you publish a version for them to use that can be stripped of the consultant's linked models.
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    It seems to me that 8/9 out of 10 times - the...

    It seems to me that 8/9 out of 10 times - the links are assigned to different worksets for instance and type and when that isn't the reason it's because a workset is closed. After that the reasons...
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    This old post of mine...

    This old post of mine might be an option too.
  14. A long time? I wouldn't expect that...unless the...

    A long time? I wouldn't expect that...unless the file involved is being editing actively. Revit won't be able to write to that file until it is available. In BIM 360 that's never...so Disable Shared...
  15. Sigh..... it's a mystery to me why you bother to...

    Sigh..... it's a mystery to me why you bother to post here at all...

    It's been a part of Shared Coordinates from the beginning, well since version 6. I've mentioned it in my blog posts before,...
  16. This can happen when a DWG file is linked By...

    This can happen when a DWG file is linked By Shared Coordinates. When you sync it attempts to write a Named UCS to the DWG file and fails because BIM 360 can't do that (same as Publish Coordinates)....
  17. Elements get assigned to the phase of the view...

    Elements get assigned to the phase of the view they are created in. They each have a Phase Created and Phase Demolished parameter.

    Each view has a Phase parameter and a Phase Filter parameter...
  18. Use the Split Tool in a section view to create...

    Use the Split Tool in a section view to create multiple columns from the one column.
  19. You can do it in the header portion of a schedule...

    You can do it in the header portion of a schedule or a annotation family (think block with attributes). The schedule portion is described in a blog post of mine that references another by Autodesk. I...
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    Per the original post...my response stands. ...

    Per the original post...my response stands.

    You describe poor management of these shared resources. I understand that it is routinely done poorly. Usually because they don't understand the issue,...
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    ...and the only reason that happens is the...

    ...and the only reason that happens is the underlying mapping of resources. Fix the path for worksharing to work properly and the other issue is irrelevant.
  22. My 2 cents is AutoCAD is a wild west of bad...

    My 2 cents is AutoCAD is a wild west of bad manners and odd habits compounded by foreign language translation.
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    That's not related to worksharing at all.

    That's not related to worksharing at all.
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    Revit does not pay any attention to drive letter....

    Revit does not pay any attention to drive letter. The underlying path is all that matters. All PCs need to map the same way: either \\Servername\Share or \\IPAddress\Share. A mixture of that...
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    What is the address associated with each drive...

    What is the address associated with each drive letter? They must be the same.
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