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    EXPORT via DWG - TXT file not updating

    Hello,

    I spent quite a day optimizing the layer configuration for the export from revit to cad in one revit file. Being satisfied with the results I tested the txt. file for layer set-up on a different revit file. Surprise, the changes I made all day seem to have stayed inside my first revit test file, but not in the txt file !!!

    I was wondering whether there is a way to export a txt file from within revit. The only other way I found was to open the txt file and modify it directly, let's say update it manually - a bit tedious.

    Thanks it advance for your help,


    Kunster

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    Thanks !

    I forgot about this option, but it would be helpful to have a loadable txt. file.

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