Ideate ReNumber requires the presence of project-defined Rules in order to work. To manage the Rules select from the Ideate ReNumber > Manage. To learn more about Rules, select from one of these related Topics:
When Ideate ReNumber launches, it will check to see if there are any Rules already loaded within the project and if not, Ideate ReNumber will load all Rules located at the location specified within the Manage Rules dialog. As long as one Rule applies, Ideate ReNumber will not attempt to load any default rules.
To access the default Rules, select Ideate ReNumber > Manage > Manage Options. The default path value for the Rule Library Path will point to C:\Program Files\Ideate\Ideate Software 2017\IdeateApps\en-US\Basic Rules folder. Ideate ReNumber will load any Rules found within the folder specified, including any Rules within subfolders. For example, if you change the default location to C:\Program Files\Ideate\Ideate Software 2017\IdeateApps\en-US\ (omitting the \Basic Rules) both the Basic Rules and Bonus Rules content will be automatically loaded into any new project. If the value for the Rule Library Path is empty, no Rules will be imported into new projects.
TIP: The value for this location is also stored in C:\Users\[local user]\AppData\Local\Ideate\Ideate Software 2017\IdeateApps\Ideate ReNumber.settings. This file can be distributed via Group Policy or other methods to standardize the default Rule location for Ideate ReNumber.
Once a Rule is loaded into a project it will be saved within the project for future use. If that Rule is modified within the project, the modified version is only saved within the Project. Customized Rules can be shared with other Revit projects through the process of Import, Export, Imbedding in a Template, or by forcing a Reload from the default location.
To share a new or modified rule from within a Project:
To import a rule from another Project:
It is not necessary to manage rules by imbedding them in the template, simply because they can be easily managed via the method described within the Default Rules topic. If, however, you prefer to imbed Rules within a template, this can also be done. Be aware that using this method will ensure that new Rules will never be loaded from the path specified under the Rule Library Path.
If the standard rules have been updated on the network or a local drive you can force an automatic update of all Rules by deleting all project rules and ensuring that the Default Path points to the desired file location.
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