yes, symbols such as level indicator in plan view, main acess, north indicator, projection line, could also add a lineweight scheme so it could import to pdf with proper lineweight also sometimes the connections between many walls together is shaky.
Maybe visualarq could even have a 2d/3d block library perhaps you guys could expand to this area and other architectural presentation need. ’ - haha thanks captain obvious ’ i know it may sound silly, but a block library can illustrate better plan and section views, and maybe this can be a rhino problem, but is very difficult to find rhino blocks on the internet. Rhino is expanding pretty agressive into the architectural area, if it could just have the bim plugin (visualarq) as complet as others such archicad or revit you would detain this much needed feature.
Visualarq is already a good, simple (in a nice way) and easy to use tool, with somethings to still work upon but very few (stairs landings and ability to model the steps and the stairs in general) use rhino to really flex those things such stairs, railing (rails could have in their posts edition options a button so the post could extend to a boundary, it would be good when i need to put rails on stairs)… if the program could be able to model in the edition part of it using rhino tools, instead of only predefined options. As if I just could model the beam/stairs/rails how I wanted and in a part that I wanted, that would be amazing. Imagine if I could even generate details of the objects modelled with this tool? It would be incredible.
Sorry for long text but I liked this plug in so much, that i need to give opinions where it could make it better. I know somethings can be very difficult to program, but this is just a friendly opinion from a person who wants to see this program grow even more!