That’s correct, current functionality implemented considering a role of BIM Manager or a person who is responsible for managing all packages for the team. Team members cannot upload packages to that folder but they can access those packages by configuring that path.
However in general if you have not access to network drive you cannot copy paste content to it, so that’s the same behavior what you will find while publishing packages locally.
We love to hear more feedback on our latest release.
I have some complex Dynamo files, and when I add some small pice of code (like code block with one variable to check some values), new Dynamo 0.8.2 is recalculating whole file, instead of some part only. Dynamo 0.7.5 didn’t have that problems - small change, small calc time.
On another note: why isn’t the 3D background preview always right side up… the orientation of the vertical axis seems to be random, and not always up/down. Sometimes the view is constrained to a side view which I can rotate to bring another side in view, but it’s useless or clumsy at best. I’ll try to install a newer build and report back.
One thing I’m wondering: Is there a way to package all custom nodes so when you send the dyf file to someone else, the can use it without downloading all the packages you have downloaded as well? I had a few situations where I scripted a basic sequence and sent them to others in office but they had to download all the packages. And Dynamo wouldn’t even tell me which package the node is from so i had to either guess or go back to my PC to find out.
Is there an option I am not aware of or are there any plans regarding this for the future? I’m assuming including a custom node wouldn’t cause an issue with file size or anything as they are already just a few kilobytes.