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Starting my trial period, I was very optimistic toward Bricscad BIM, until I tried to make some changes into existing plans with composition walls.
It feels like BC really good for conceptual modeling and for adding and editing complex details, but absolutely inappropriate for such common tasks as endless editing of architectural plans.
I'll try to describe a few problems I met:
1. I found it is not possible to work with plans in top-ortho view, because when I was trying to add walls with Polysolid tool it snaps to everything but not floor, so I need to switch into 3D view.
2. In the West_Arch example, my i7 PC freezes at ~16 seconds after selection Quickdraw tool just to start draw walls, and ~5 second after confirmation of new wall.
3. I spend a lot of time trying to connect a new wall to existing one with multilayer composition, and then found they cuted permanently, so after moving a wall i have to fix all connections.
So I have a question:
Does development team have plans to add parametric levels-dependent wall tool?