I appreciate the vote of confidence.
I also know that there are some things I wish worked better. One of those is the whole layout space dimension thing including exporting them.
A few months ago I did a set of working drawings for a house in Rhino and if I would have had any hair to start with it would certainly be gone now. And in the process, I found a few things that helped. That’s what I was trying to explain.
AutoCAD has plenty of facilities to represent everything you’ve talked about and it’s a goal around here to be able to do a lot better exporting some of the things that still don’t work very well.
I asked about why you want to export to Acad because I try to keep up with what the pain points are. A few years ago it would have been much more common for someone to say that they needed to finish up the things Rhino couldn’t do that to say that their client wanted a dwg file. That’s good in a way, and moves my pain point along a little more to the reliable export thing, That’s what I wanted to understand.