We’re experiencing a few issues when sending objects from Revit to a stream.
• Although the Revit Light Source category is turned off when sending objects, it still makes it way into the Speckle commit/model. Is there away around this? If not, is it possible to save a scene state/filter in the stream/viewer for viewers and collaborates to access? This would be a great feature.
• We’ve noticed that some Revit families would be positioned correctly within the Revit model but once sent to a stream, they would relocate into an arbitrary location. They families are not grouped or nested and would happen across different categories. Some of the elements read as true for mirrored, handFlipped or facingFlipped but I can’t see any consistency as some of the objects that are in their correct position have the same True or False output.
• Currently, we’re having to archive our model and ungroup everything for us to send objects. I’m assuming Revits grouping API restrictions is still a major issue. Is there any workarounds or work being done on this to have a more streamlined model delivery?