I wonder how much effort is going into the Bricscad parametric section?
I am at the bottom of the learning curve on this but using SolveSpace (a free program) I had no trouble putting together a 2d parametric drawing for that is rock stable and easy to amend. However when I tried to replicate it in Bricscad to gain access to my symbols library my efforts were beset with difficulties. I am not sure how much of this is due to my ignorance of Bricscad's parametric protocols, but that should not cause the program to crash frequently which it does - nor does it explain the need for me to keep re-opening a drawing in order to get it to behave consistently. Aside from what appear to be bugs, some helpful tutorials that explain the basic principles to newbies like me would I'm sure be well received! The SolveSpace tutorials are particularly good at pointing out bear-traps and how to avoid them whereas in Bricscad which has a very different approach. I have struggled to discover what represents 'good practice' and what doesn't.