Today’s post is a quickie. I had recently had someone contact me about the severe lag time he was experiencing whenever he selected the Revit Application Menu (that’s the blue Revit button in the upper left corner). It was taking a minute or more for Revit to react and display the subsequent menu.
In my experience, this can happen when Revit is trying to find a file on a network drive that you are no longer connected to. Go to your .ini file and delete the offending location from your recent files list and you should find yourself back in action with no delay.
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