Like a bazzillion other architects, we prefer a simple text "tag" for doors, aligned with the active leaf. The reason being that
a: there are a ton of doors in a given project, many more so than windows, and the tags are mostly within the building, and thus more likely to get in the way. And
b: we do a lot of interiors work, where material transitions happen at doors, so leaving the tag in the default location obscures important information.
However, the manual process of rotating and eyeballing all those tags is a HUGE amount of time. So, is there a way to make a door tag that automatically associates with the active leaf, or are we again stuck with an annotation that simple isn't very good, and no way to fix it?
If so, it seems this should be added to elevation symbols and drawing titles (that really need an option to right justify by default) as very basic annotation that MUST be fixed. AT least I should have the option to make a more legible drawing, even if I am not forced to use it. But to be forced to make a less legible drawing is a little problematic at $5000 a seat or whatever.
Just my $0.02 as I try to address standards and regularly get to tell management "Sorry, Revit just doesn't do that."