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Offline cnash

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Re: What's new in Revit 2025?
« Reply #15 on: Apr 15, 2024, 12:50:33 PM »
Fabrication 2025 is available for me now!
Downloaded and starting testing.
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Re: What's new in Revit 2025?
« Reply #16 on: Apr 17, 2024, 15:39:42 PM »
Navis 2025 seems a bit slower loading appended dwg's but not as bad as 2024 was before patch, still using 2022 here for production. I reported issue in 2024 with slow load times and they Patched the Fix, but never really went with it.
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Re: What's new in Revit 2025?
« Reply #17 on: Jun 12, 2024, 13:38:59 PM »
I shamed them into adding the "Gauge" in properties.

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/darrenjyoung_autodesk-stupidautodesk-revit-activity-7058919374593687553-MPWy/


My internal sources say they share my posts on their internal slack channel. So far, they've fixed about 10% of everything I've posted. Far better than any support ticket or dealing with them directly.

Anyone else has anything they want the attention raised on, just use the #StupidAutodesk hashtag on your LinkedIn posts. They'll see them.

What I do not understand is Autodesk resistance to making a better product that is needed by the industry. I'd love to move past Fabrication but to what? Trimbles trainwreck... What option does anyone have for Revit besides fabrication?