I have Dynamo 1.3 installed on Revit 2018, and Dynamo 2.0 installed on Revit 2019
Why does a change to the Browse Folder Location in Dynamo Player for Revit 2019 change the setting in Dynamo Player for Revit 2018 as well and visa versa? Do I have to deploy Dynamo 2.0 to Revit 2018 instead of deploying Dynamo 1.3 to Revit 2018?
Maybe I am not understanding.
I created dynamoplayerinstance 1,2,3,4 to keep settings for all instances.
dynamoplayer-2 showed up when I installed 2.0 so I assumed that was for 2.0 instances?
EDIT: pretty positive that Revit 2018.3 with Dynamo 1.3 is pointing Dynamo Player at C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\dynamoplayer-2. Revit 2017 with Dynamo 1.3 doesn’t do this.
You might be right. It’s been a while since I’ve messed with dynamoplayer settings. Let me test some things out.
I had it backwards.
The dynamoplayer folders are version specific based on when dynamo was installed for each version of Revit (I think). The dynamoplayerinstance folders are per instance of that version.
- I open Revit 2017 (first version / first instance) and access
dynamoplayer\User data\dynamoplayerinstance 1
- I open Revit 2018 (second version / first instance) and access
dynamoplayer-2\User data\dynamoplayerinstance 1
- I open Revit 2018 again (second version / second instance) and access
dynamoplayer-2\User data\dynamoplayerinstance 2
- If I open Revit 2017 again (first version / second instance) I should access
dynamoplayer\User data\dynamoplayerinstance 2