@sboydturner I appreciate your views and experience with ArchiCAD. I'm not comparing other products to ArchiCAD and I didn't say I'd leave the platform either. I have cancelled our long running subscription, so I stand by my comments (When I refer to "I", I actually mean the company and multiple licences). I would have stopped at 19 but when I heard about the connection I paid the additional subscription.
When you say "the connection to ArchiCAD is still in development, new features have been added and a deeper integration had been implemented" where are you getting this information? Because if this information was openly available in the beta forums I would have no need to question the development.
@runxel I don't follow Rhino development enough but from what I know its not dead. I'm actually happy that I'm still working on the platform I did years ago, rather than paying multiple licences for a new version with one or two new features, just so I don't have to pay two steps the following year. The Rhino community is thriving and developers communicate which is better than no communication.
How is this not Graphisoft/CI's fault they implemented the plugin, they advertised it as a feature, it's up to them to throw developers at it and provide something that at least doesn't crash when using a core feature. I'm not a developer so my comments aren't warranted here but there are so many more sophisticated GH integrations out there that maybe the team needs more support and that's why I asked how many developers are currently working on it.
@Leceta Yep, all I'm asking for is Weekly/Monthly news on the progress of bug fixes. If they're going to stop development or have only 1 developer looking at it then we should know about it. They throw up images on twitter of big architectural firms using the connection for their promo, but it's just not practical. We might as well bake and export to AC.
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