We’re experiencing a few interesting issues with the latest Rhino 7 and RhinoInsideRevit, wanted to share in case they are bugs. To troubleshoot, we did a clean re-install of the latest Rhino 7 and RIR.
The GeoDShape component is having some issues with where it creates geometry in the Revit file. We are trying to move a facade from Rhino into Revit, and 40% of the geometry are appearing 100’ below where they should. The geometry is all “closed solid polysurfaces” and appears to be well-formed (no bad geometry). Exploding the geometry causes it the resulting surfaces to appear in the correct location. Rejoining any of those surfaces causes the resulting polysurfaces to appear at the wrong location again.
Previously when we’d used the GDShape component, it was really quick, but in the new release it seems so be very slow. It seems like each shape that is being moved over is getting exported as an .SAT file and saved to a temporary location (as shown). Regardless of whether the geometry is a tree or a list, this is happening one piece of geometry at a time, with each one taking about 5 seconds. With 700 pieces of geometry, it can therefore take 10-15 minutes easily. Each operation is showing up in the Rhino command line as this happens (as shown in the screenshot below). Is this something that can be turned off?