before making them available. Loyal users end up being part of the testing process; costing us time and money.
I have a small project that has no deadlines on Revit 2013. But I still
build models like crazy with RAC 2011.
"finally there's a use for RCP content! Although autodesk could include better looking content"
Do you mean RPC content? If so, how was there not a "use" before? And what would
be "better looking" content?
I have a lot of problems with 2013 Revit material editor, ....a lot of crash.
I think it will be better, to be able to work, to reinstall 2012 version.
Because we pay to much for delay.
I hope Autodesk will resolve this problem.
We are still experiencing slow downs, crashes without the option to save a recovery, and issues with the materials editor, etc. The installation of the first service pack for Revit 2013 had no noticeable impact. It is now October and using Revit 2013 is becoming more and more frustrating and we are increasingly loosing productivity. Revit 2013 should not have been released unless it was 100% ready and there should be an option to roll back projects to an earlier version of revit as we are now locked into a version which is so problematic.
It is Novermber now, and after 2 service packs Revit is still behaving badly. Crashes with the materials editor just the same as you describe.
A few weeks ago, I even contacted Autodesk Customer Support trying to find a solution for this situation. They gave me some ideas and I tried all, without any change, still crashes 95% of the times I try to use the materials editor.
You are not alone, maybe there are more people having the same problem but Autodesk is letting us down.