well it works exactly the same as it did in 2009 as far as
i can see.. the only area someone said was different
is in massing because they haven't added new
buttons for that yet with the standard interface..
but i don't use massing so i will never
see that difference.. it sounds to me like the
whole object of this new massing is up in
the air anyway..
as for "cracked"- apparently with this new service
pack- autodesk simply allows the standard interface to
function like it always did.. you just turn off the
ribbon in configuration like anything else..
it's the ribbon they had to force upon a
program that was never built for that..
but i'm sure they will keep the ribbon-
especially for the children who want and need that..
infact- i know some children who really love
the ribbon with those big icons and all..
and they like the way the ribbon shows them some
basic tools for what they want to do..
and they especially like the way they can
get help right there on those big icons..
it's just like with microsoft and windows 7-
(or even XP)
you can have all that stuff for children
or you can have the standard stuff..
infact- the stuff for children is on by default
just for them- as it should be..
remember the little dog wagging its tail
by default with XP? same thing..
but yes- revit as a whole functions much better
in it's native environment with its standard
interface- no question about that..