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    Revit Extensions Manager?

    I had this add on for RAC 2011. Is there one for RAC 2012? If there is I can't find it on the Subscription site. Or, maybe the 2011 version will work in 2012??

    as an aside is there any way to filter out non English downloads when doing a search on the Subscription site? It's frustrating wading through 100's of non English hits to get to what I want.
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    try looking for the 2012 SDK, it'll most likely be included in that.

    Unsure about language filtering.
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      #3
      Didn't it come along with the subscription benefits?
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        #4
        Originally posted by dalmore View Post
        Didn't it come along with the subscription benefits?
        yes, you had to be on subscription to get the 2011 extension
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          #5
          Originally posted by revittotd View Post
          try looking for the 2012 SDK, it'll most likely be included in that.

          Unsure about language filtering.
          I don't think that the Extensions Manager would be found in the SDK. It IS a plug in not a way to create a plug in
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            #6
            Did you try to use the extension tools for 2011 in 2012? I went to subscription and it seems that nobody has uploaded any extensions for 2012 yet. Probably the old ones still work the same. They should work, I guess.
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              #7
              Originally posted by Alfredo Medina View Post
              Did you try to use the extension tools for 2011 in 2012? I went to subscription and it seems that nobody has uploaded any extensions for 2012 yet. Probably the old ones still work the same. They should work, I guess.
              I've got the Extensions Manager for 2011 installed. How to make RAC 2012 recognize/find this plug in?
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                #8
                I doubt that it will work. I don't know really but I suppose that the extensions manager was based on the old .ini file mechanism which doesn't work anymore with RAC2012. If I'm right, we would have to wait until Autodesk rewrites it. If not, probably the waiting time will be shorter :-)
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                  #9
                  Bad news... I did some trials, and... I thought that at the moment of installation of the Revit Extensions again, there would be an option for version or something, but, no, it goes to a folder named "\Rex", but even if that folder is added to RAC2012's paths, it does not bring the extensions into RAC2012. I also compared the two .ini (2011, and 2012) looking for something in the .ini of 2011 that was related to the extensions, but I didn't find anything...

                  I guess this is why some people wait 6 months after the release date of a new version to upgrade? What if someone has been used to have their extensions in 2011, and then upgrades to the new release, and then, all of a sudden, no extensions? The Subscription page does not have any Advantage Packages yet for 2012. Working with 2012 is not an advantage in this case.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Alfredo Medina View Post
                    Bad news... I did some trials, and... I thought that at the moment of installation of the Revit Extensions again, there would be an option for version or something, but, no, it goes to a folder named "\Rex", but even if that folder is added to RAC2012's paths, it does not bring the extensions into RAC2012. I also compared the two .ini (2011, and 2012) looking for something in the .ini of 2011 that was related to the extensions, but I didn't find anything...

                    I guess this is why some people wait 6 months after the release date of a new version to upgrade? What if someone has been used to have their extensions in 2011, and then upgrades to the new release, and then, all of a sudden, no extensions? The Subscription page does not have any Advantage Packages yet for 2012. Working with 2012 is not an advantage in this case.
                    yeah, it's not good for me. I use Grid Generator and Freeze Dwgs a lot. Well, I used to anyway

                    thanks for checking Alf!
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