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    Revit 2018.3 - released April 9

    Apparently, 2018.3 is out & available for download.
    https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/revit...8/td-p/7918148

    Looks like mostly bug fixes (at least, speaking from an Architecture viewpoint) & not much in the line of new features:

    • Added connection to Next Gen BIM 360 for cloud worksharing, which allows flexible access permissions for cloud workshared models within the same project.
    • Updated the Scope Box drop-down list in the Properties Panel to display the scope boxes in alpha-numeric order.
    • Improved the pipe sizing feature by basing the size of a single pipe attached with taps or analytical pipe connections on the worst case.


    I say apparently, because the only way I found out was reading a tweet from John Pierson.
    Nothing in my Autodesk Desktop App or on my Autodesk Account page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    • Updated the Scope Box drop-down list in the Properties Panel to display the scope boxes in alpha-numeric order.
    Huzzah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Nothing in my Autodesk Desktop App or on my Autodesk Account page.
    Could have checked the RFO builds page too. I got it updated same day for once.

    Also, FYI, it seems to "update" Dynamo core to a 6 month old version. So, if you are a Dynamo head, beware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellophane View Post
    Huzzah!
    Quite.

    I look forward to all the nothing in 2019.

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    Truth be told, the 2018.3 release was primarily driven by the cloud worksharing integration noted in the original post. Most development had already switched over to the next release of Revit, but we wanted to make sure the next gen integration made it to 2018 due to the adoption trends we see on the service.

    -Kyle
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    I updated mine and i can't connect to BIM 360 anymore.... stuck on loading...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielHurtubise View Post
    I updated mine and i can't connect to BIM 360 anymore.... stuck on loading...
    Loading in what particular part of the Revit UI?

    -Kyle

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    Does the new C4R work with any other versions of Revit? or is it just 2018?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick_h View Post
    Does the new C4R work with any other versions of Revit? or is it just 2018?
    Cloud worksharing against next gen BIM works for Revit 2018.3, which released April 9th, and Revit 2019, which released today, April 11th.

    Previous versions of Revit don't have the code to communicate with next gen BIM 360.

    -Kyle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    Cloud worksharing against next gen BIM works for Revit 2018.3, which released April 9th, and Revit 2019, which released today, April 11th.

    Previous versions of Revit don't have the code to communicate with next gen BIM 360.

    -Kyle
    I heard from an industry colleague that if our office were to install the 2018.3 update, it would force us to switch our C4R project s over to the new Cloud Worsharing environment. That we would no longer be able to access the old C4R projects while in 2018. The Autodesk Blog Post about the shift from C4R to BIM 360 Design seems to indicate that this is NOT the case - are you able to weigh in?

    Had this been the case, and then the 2018.3.1 Hotfix resolved the issue?

    I want to make sure i don't mess up anyone's workflow in my office.

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