In Revit Sundial's What's New, you may have noticed this entry...
- Perspective views: Certain modeling capabilities are now available in perspective views: (See Work in a Perspective View.)
- Editing tools: Move, Align, Pin, Unpin.
- Reset Target tool: Restores the position of the camera target to the center of the field of view.
- Toggle between the perspective and parallel representations of the 3D view.
Editing in perspective views has long been a customer request, so when I asked about it among the old-time Reviteers, most reactions were something like...
"Well, no one ever really tested it. We could try turning it on and see what breaks."
So, it turned out a number of things broke, which is maybe why we haven't just tossed it off sooner than this. A number of issues that turned up are fixable, but not immediately.
What Sundial has is what didn't break or was easily fixable. It could be possible to do more on this in the future. Interesting? Vital? Boring because you use 3DS Max for important visualization anyway?
Try it out and let us know!