I used Speckle 2.13.3/2.13.2 Revit plugin to publish BIM model files, and some objects were converted to Mesh, even the built-in family objects like windows were converted to Mesh, and these windows were not separately identified and picked up in the Speckle 3D view of the browser. The same model I posted a month ago, the same window object was identified as Family instance and did not appear to be converted to Mesh.
Thank you @teocomi for responding to my question so quickly, I just published the model to the web side first and didn’t use the desktop side to receive it, I want to make sure the object is correctly identified before receiving it (each object has a unique ID, and its category is not a mesh object). I’m curious why I don’t have this problem when I posted the same model to the web side a month ago, but now I have this problem. I understand what you said about the exchange process, in time the middle is not correctly identified but the receiver is correct, but some users will build their own application based on Speckle service, and it will also encounter the problem that the object class is not correctly identified.