Let’s get began to start with. Back in April, I posted a few prank articles that incorporates fictitious Revit add-ins. One of them, SpankMyRevit, for punishing Revit for no longer doing what one wishes, garnered fairly a little bit little bit of attention relating to pageviews and feedback. It was once just a little funny idea I had, but all feedback was once positive and of the type, “I need this was once a real app!”
Shortly afterwards, I reached out to a developer excellent good friend of mine and he agreed, in his free time, to make the theory into reality, and I was working with him on this. Unfortunately, owing to workload and other commitments, and my own smartly being, he wasn’t ready to take the app earlier the Alpha testing level forward of…
Developer Bird Tools took the initiative to expand the app independently, cleverly using it to promote it their business inside the process. I thought this was once great, and posted regarding the app a couple days previously.
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