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    The "official" RFO Wish List 2011

    Revitforum.org is proud to present the very first ”official” RFO Wish List! After months and months of suggesting new features, rating them, and not least voting for the most critical ones, we're now ready with the final list. Thank you to everyone who have participated in the process!

    And the Wish List Items are….. [looooong break, followed by at least 10 minutes of commercials]….. And the Wish List Items are….. [yet another looooong break]….In no particular order….. The Wish List Items are:


    Feature Request: Submitted by: Votes: Score:
    1. More Control of Schedules Alex Cunningham 23 4,3
    2. Competent Text Editor Alex Cunningham 26 3,6
    3. Sheet specific print setup parameters ekkonap 12 3,8
    4. 3D Rooms cliff collins 19 3,6
    5. More true 3d objects in Revit JTB 12 4,1
    6. Shared parameters in Titleblocks Munkholm 14 3,6
    7. Rotate Drafting Patterns dave p 24 3,8
    8. Modeling tools & Tilt wall tool JTB/cliff collins 20 3,8
    9. Sorting parameters in the Family Types dialog box Alfredo Medina 21 4,2
    10. Better Error Dialogue Box mdradvies 13 4,1
    11. Make all popup windows resizable sander.obdeijn 14 3,9
    12. Generic Annotation - Always Vertical mark b 18 3,7
    Thanks again to everyone! Now keep your fingers crossed for Revit 2014! Or if we are lucky - some of the features have already have been implemented in Revit 2013?

    And please keep the new feature suggestions coming, and express your opinion by participating in the ranking and voting process. Thanks!
    Klaus Munkholm
    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

    #2
    Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!!
    Cliff B. Collins
    Registered Architect
    The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
    Autodesk Expert Elite

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      #3
      Sorted by votes (minus links)
      1. Competent Text Editor
      2. Rotate Drafting Patterns
      3. More Control of Schedules
      4. Sorting parameters in the Family Types dialog box
      5. Modeling tools & Tilt wall tool
      6. 3D Rooms
      7. Generic Annotation - Always Vertical
      8. Shared parameters in Titleblocks
      9. Make all popup windows resizable
      10. Better Error Dialogue Box
      11. Sheet specific print setup parameters
      12. More true 3d objects in Revit
      Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


      chad
      BEER: Better, Efficient, Elegant, Repeatable.

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        #4
        Originally posted by cliff collins View Post
        Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!! Go Tilt Wall Tool!!!!!
        Go Cliff!!

        Originally posted by cellophane View Post
        Sorted by votes (minus links)
        Sorted by votes don't say nothing, besides... well, how many have voted, which could all have been negative votes. Maybe by Score instead? At least that tells a little about how important the Wish is to others...? :beer:
        Klaus Munkholm
        "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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          #5
          ( From an MEP's point of view: )
          No tilt wall no!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

          I have enough trouble with your damned sloped ceilings. Unless the Revit team completely revamps the way devices are displayed and annotations function on sloped ceilings I don't want to see sloped walls yet.

          :banghead:
          Last edited by thewrz; February 20, 2012, 03:51 PM.
          Revit is a database program / AutoCAD is a drawing program
          Adam Wrzeski, Low Voltage Systems Designer/BIM Lead, BCE Engineers
          How many times do I have to tell you, the right tool for the right job! ~~ Montgomery Scott

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            #6
            This is why Architects design, and Engineers solve problems........LOL
            Cliff B. Collins
            Registered Architect
            The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
            Autodesk Expert Elite

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              #7
              Originally posted by cliff collins View Post
              This is why Architects cause problems, and Engineers solve them........LOL
              There. FTFY.
              Revit is a database program / AutoCAD is a drawing program
              Adam Wrzeski, Low Voltage Systems Designer/BIM Lead, BCE Engineers
              How many times do I have to tell you, the right tool for the right job! ~~ Montgomery Scott

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                #8
                I've downloaded trial version of Revit 2013 not even a single item from our whish list was improved. Nothing is changed actually. I'm very disappointed.

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                  #9
                  Havn't been thru the list, but from top of my head, at least a few more of the popup windows can now be re-sized. (edit: More info at RevitOpEd)

                  Anyhow, even IF (and that's a big IF) Autodesk is listening to our feedback at all, we can't expect the above list to have ANY impact on Revit 2013.... They'll be in Revit 2014 at the earliest, and IF at all.
                  Klaus Munkholm
                  "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Munkholm View Post
                    Havn't been thru the list, but from top of my head, at least a few more of the popup windows can now be re-sized. (edit: More info at RevitOpEd)

                    Anyhow, even IF (and that's a big IF) Autodesk is listening to our feedback at all, we can't expect the above list to have ANY impact on Revit 2013.... They'll be in Revit 2014 at the earliest, and IF at all.

                    Can you put that into a Boolean expression for me.
                    -Alex Cunningham

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