I find it interesting when people just stick to OOTB Revit for even the most simplest of things, like Object Selection. Really!
With the New Year, so too comes a whole swag of resolutions, from the life-changing and empowering to the just outright ridiculous.
The biggest failure of the AEC community could be that we keep dynamo on the shelf gathering dust until the highly complicated projects come along where intricate curves and patterns for structure or facades come into play.
I was involved in the training of a Company that plan to capitalise on a wide range of BIM workflows, where frankly, I don’t know if any other company in their field of work has done before.
When I migrated to Revit in 2007, the dream of also having my Revit Open Dialog Box organised was lost. You see, there is no way to rename the folder in that little section on the side anymore.
The Project Browser is a Map to the Data lies beneath all the modelling and annotations that we pour into our Revit files.
Revit 2017 new Text editor is a welcome change, but it creates it's own workflow issues that no company can avoid.