Relative path to skybox

  • Is there a way to enter a relative path to the skybox image instead of an absolute path?

    When my colleague saves a 360 skybox from onedrive to the project (revit), I am unable to open this image since my path to the picture in onedrive is different. (different user accounts)

  • Is there a way to enter a relative path to the skybox image instead of an absolute path?

    When my colleague saves a 360 skybox from onedrive to the project (revit), I am unable to open this image since my path to the picture in onedrive is different. (different user accounts)

    This is currently not possible yet. A possibility would of course be to maybe have one shared drive for all skyboxes, maybe even for all users?

  • It would be possible on a local network, however I'm not sure it is possible through onedrive, since onedrive makes a local syncronization under your own user profile.

    That certainly sounds like a good idea with the local network. Maybe it would also be convenient since every user would have access to every skybox, but I am of course not sure if some of the them are confidential for example. I'll definitely forward your feedback to have a relative path when it comes to our skyboxes.

  • Problem with using local network is that when we're out meeting with customers, its not accessible. Onedrive have a local sync of the folder. So each solutions has its drawbacks.


    I'm sure its possible to make a workaround with symbolic links or something like that, but a possiblity for relative path would be nice.

  • Problem with using local network is that when we're out meeting with customers, its not accessible. Onedrive have a local sync of the folder. So each solutions has its drawbacks.


    I'm sure its possible to make a workaround with symbolic links or something like that, but a possiblity for relative path would be nice.

    Yeah, I see. I'll add your feedback to the request I'll file.

  • I'm sure its possible to make a workaround with symbolic links or something like that, but a possiblity for relative path would be nice.

    Ho 3DMake! I'm sorry to bother but I have the exact issue than you and I'm struggling to find a solution to work with what you call symbolic links. Seems I can't get there though: could you please give me some hints about what you had in mind so I can elaborate the thing?


    At the moment my try has been to batch a relative path generator to create a virtual link to the actual folder (which is on One Drive), but still Enscape doesn't fall for it and won't find the textures..


    Really really thanks!