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    Linked model container file

    We are having issues with the old linked files vs groups on our big projects. Groups have instability issues and linked files causes performance issues. I understand there are arguments and reasoning for both methods.

    Using the logic that the linked files cause performance issues because there is too much data traffic, would setting up a linked model container file with all the units of a typical floor inside, which we would then insert into our main model file help. This would reduce the traffic in our main model file to 1 link? Or is this cheat thinking a dead end?

    Thanks Team

    #2
    The reason links suck has nothing to do with data traffic. They suck for so many more reasons. It won't get better with a container file.

    And groups aren't unstable, you just have to learn the right ways to use them.

    Sent from my Phablet. Please excuse typos... and bad ideas.

    Aaron Maller
    Director
    Parallax Team, Inc.
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      #3
      Originally posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
      The reason links suck has nothing to do with data traffic. They suck for so many more reasons. It won't get better with a container file.

      And groups aren't unstable, you just have to learn the right ways to use them.

      Sent from my Phablet. Please excuse typos... and bad ideas.

      Aaron Maller
      Director
      Parallax Team, Inc.
      Thanks. Yes it seems we have no choice but to go with groups. And yes we need to invest in understanding how to best use them.

      Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk

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