I'm working on a teamwork project with around 24 hotlinks. All of them are placed within the same project, so they are self-referencing. Project size is about 3 GB.
Unfortunately, it's only possible to refresh them all at once. Even if each hotlink is rather small (around 4 apartements), this process takes about 10 minutes. Looking at the network stats, it seems like Archicad is fetching 24 x 1 GB from the server.
Is there anything I can do to avoid this behaviour?
You could setup a publisher set to publish out each negative story out to a .mod file and then link those as the hotlinks. That way you can better control which modules you want to update.
Self referencing is ideal for attribute management, but using mod’s is still quite safe, just make sure you regularly republish your mods after you change any attributes, otherwise you may end up with old attributes you had deleted or renamed re-appearing when you update an old mod.
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