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    Autocad 2019

    Bound to happen... First it was Revit "One box" and now it's Autocad "One Box"
    AutoCAD 2019 Released - One AutoCAD

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    Bound to happen... First it was Revit "One box" and now it's Autocad "One Box"
    AutoCAD 2019 Released - One AutoCAD
    what's "AutoCAD"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Jones View Post
    what's "AutoCAD"?
    Yeah, I still use it. Mostly Map or Raster Design for when I need to convert some pdf's for someone still using Autocad. Luckily it is just a couple of people. Everyone else is using Revit. Most I get bugged for though is to save down 2018 files since I haven't installed it on their machines yet.

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    Im actually glad. Installing ACA, AMEP, ACE, and APID was damn annoying. And they are super useful for modeling utilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    Yeah, I still use it. Mostly Map or Raster Design for when I need to convert some pdf's for someone still using Autocad. Luckily it is just a couple of people. Everyone else is using Revit. Most I get bugged for though is to save down 2018 files since I haven't installed it on their machines yet.
    I got a project a couple of months ago that was done by someone else that couldn't finish the project in Revit on schedule. They had linked all of the 2D details from .dwg files. The drawings got submitted and they came back with a lot of changes required to details. I refused to do the work. I made my customers CAD people make the changes. I'm totally and utterly worthless now in Acad. When I did use AutoCAD I never used the ribbon as I had shortcuts to LISP routines for everything, custom menus, autoload, etc and I was fast. Now if I have to move something in Acad I have to type M O V E to get it done. Not fast anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Jones View Post
    what's "AutoCAD"?
    The very bane of my existence!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Jones View Post
    I got a project a couple of months ago that was done by someone else that couldn't finish the project in Revit on schedule. They had linked all of the 2D details from .dwg files. The drawings got submitted and they came back with a lot of changes required to details. I refused to do the work. I made my customers CAD people make the changes. I'm totally and utterly worthless now in Acad. When I did use AutoCAD I never used the ribbon as I had shortcuts to LISP routines for everything, custom menus, autoload, etc and I was fast. Now if I have to move something in Acad I have to type M O V E to get it done. Not fast anymore
    I can relate. I stopped accepting AutoCAD work because stumbling around in a program I was once so good at was too emotionally damaging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    Bound to happen... First it was Revit "One box" and now it's Autocad "One Box"
    AutoCAD 2019 Released - One AutoCAD
    Interesting. Because AKN still shows all the product keys for 2019. Building a deployment now, will be interesting to see what that process is like.

    EDIT: Well, I wonder what all that "If you subscribe to AutoCAD 2019" stuff means. Because what I just installed looks exactly like raw AutoCAD, just with 2019 in the title bar. Curiouser and curiouser.

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    Who is going to talk about all the cool new features in AutoCAD now that Lynn Allen is no longer at adesk? It just doesn't seem right......

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    So here is a little tidbit I found from my Autocad friends....this is only available to Subscription customers. If you are on maintenance and perpetual, you are out of luck.

    Won't be seeing this at my office...

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