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    Revit OpEd: Revit MEP - Lookup Table Issues

    In October of 2008 I wrote about it being difficult for offices with many users to move lookup tables to a new "central" location. It made it awkward to deal with custom fittings and their lookup tables. A few years/versions later and we have some options now. Darrell Smith with TMA in Austin let me know that he'd resolved their concerns by reading a more recent post at The Revit Clinic.

    Initially he reminded me of my earlier post. I didn't remember reading the newer Clinic post at the time and he found it after writing to me. He in turn let me know about it...embarrassed that I didn't remember it myself. I've modified the earlier post to mention this newer development too. Here's a simplified versions, read the whole Clinic post for more detail.

    If you wish to repath the Lookup Tables for your office to a new location you'll need to consider that Revit 2012 has changed things a bit. The path may also be stored in a second Revit.ini file associated with your user profile (to better support user specific options).

    The default installation should be here:

    C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\RME 2012\Lookup Tables\Revit.ini

    The user specific one is probably in a folder like this one:

    %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Autodesk\Revit\Autod esk Revit Architecture 2012\Revit.ini

    If you find Revit is unresponsive to your new location, check the user folder location. You can read more about it in a Revit Clinic post from August 2011.


    Click here to view the entire blog post.

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