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microstation referece file

microstation referece file

microstation referece file

what do we do when we have to reload reference file every single time we open a microstaion file? why does it not save the reference file path?

RE: microstation referece file

Tinaward, sounds like you might be attaching the reference as Relative and not full path. You can always set your MS_RFDIR variable to search for the right folder to look in. For exmample:
MS_RFDIR > $(CT_DIRPATH)/Aeronautics/
MS_RFDIR > $(CT_DIRPATH)/Project_Development/
DMS_RFDIR > $(CT_DIRPATH)/Construction/
MS_RFDIR > $(CT_DIRPATH)/Envir_Compl/

Here is a link to more information on the topic http://communities.bentley.com/communities/other_c...
and number 6 of this link http://envisioncad.com/blog-articles/6-variables-t...

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RE: microstation referece file

There is a check box on the attachment pop up to trigger the save path.

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