Barry wrote:Unfortunatley the feedback email link doesn't work for me.
In the BIMx app there is a "Feedback e-mail" link.
Give that a go.
Wokka wrote:I get a pre-formatted e-mail ready to be filled in.
Unfortunatley the feedback email link doesn't work for me.
bdarch wrote:Don't worry. I removed the duplicate posts.
Any many apologies for the multiple instances of this post! >embarassed and ashamed<
Macbook Pro M1 Max 64GB ram, OS X 10.XX latest
KatalinBorszeki wrote:That's fine but quiet often it's just the author that needs to see the bimx. I just found I can't publish without an internet connection, ie it refused to save the local file, and as I am often in remote locations, the internet is dodgy. It just seems way to complicated to create a simple rendered , 3d model that we could do 5 years ago... We are just single operators trying to show our clients their house, that's all. Simple, please
We are currently not planning to re-establish the saving option from inside BIMx. We are developing towards
differentiating the Authoring application and the Viewer’s funtionalities. I hope this responds to your current questions about the disappearance of some of the options. Best,
Scott wrote:Hear hear!! Exactly our point (ever since AC20)
We just recently made the jump from 19 to 21, and frankly the changes to the Bimx program is an absolute disaster. We have all of our clients and consultants using the viewer to help them understand the project and coordinate their work with ours. Being able to save all the preferred setting and having everything ready to go right when others open our model has been invaluable in terms of communication and productivity. Many of our clients do not find the interface intuitive, and having to change multiple settings every time they open a model is frustrating for them, and it wastes our time as we are now answering calls regularly just to help people use the software. Unless this is fixed, or a reasonable work around is found soon, we'll be abandoning 21 and going back to 19 until Bimx is useful again. I understand Graphisoft wants to distinguish the viewer and the authoring programs, that is fine and would work for us. Instead they have taken away a basic and fundamental functionality with no alternate method of achieving the same results. This would be like if there had been no stair tool at all in 20 - because they were working on a new tool for 21. A bad business decision, and disrespectful to all archicad users, to eliminate a such a basic function.