I was reading a discussion group thread about REVIT this morning and how it is difficult to create a FLAT roof. This is because flat roofs are not really flat. The discussion thread provided a lot of suggested solutions, but there was not a definite answer in the thread.
At lunch I was talking with someone who was exploring REVIT and I asked about his impressions of the product. He mentioned that he could not create a FLAT roof. Hmmm … a pattern?
It is most likely the little things that will prevent some folks from moving ahead with implementation of software.
I do not know if flat roofs are possible or not. I have not tried to create one. But I do know that it is often little things like this (not to demean the need for flat roofs) that prevent people from adopting new technology. A bad taste in the mouth.
Now I know that software is not perfect. It can be limiting to those who use it. But you (CAD Manager) need to help people move past a bad tasting bite with their software and embrace the rest of the meal.