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    Revit 2020 Download?

    So did anyone else get this email from Autodesk this morning? It says Revit 2020 is ready for download but when I go to Autodesk and sign in it's not there. Anyone else able to download or get this email?
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    I haven't received anything.

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    Scott Davis tweeted a couple hours ago
    Revit 202 in 3...2...1...

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    I did receive notification about Revit 2020 being available. I just went to my account, and the only 2020 product I see is AutoCAD, and I am not interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfredo Medina View Post
    AutoCAD, and I am not interested.


    FWIW, I'm as anxious as anyone to get the new version, but I'm always curious about all the complaints about people having problems downloading.
    There are always a lot of complaints about how @#^%$y the download process is, but I have NEVER had a problem in the 15 years I've been doing this. (OK. the first 5 were DVDs & flash drives)
    Then again I never try to download it the second it's released. I usually wait a few days, and have never had a crashed or corrupted download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post


    FWIW, I'm as anxious as anyone to get the new version, but I'm always curious about all the complaints about people having problems downloading.
    There are always a lot of complaints about how @#^%$y the download process is, but I have NEVER had a problem in the 15 years I've been doing this. (OK. the first 5 were DVDs & flash drives)
    Then again I never try to download it the second it's released. I usually wait a few days, and have never had a crashed or corrupted download.
    I'm with you on waiting to download as that is normally what I do as well. Mine wasn't a complaint about downloading as much as a curiosity as to the email saying one thing and on the other hand a lack of files at Autodesk.........

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    ...and now, here it is, Revit 2020:

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    Nothing here yet. I'm wondering if they are phasing the rollout to reduce server strain. I guess no one is going to care if they get it instantly. In gaming that is a sin.

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    The whatsnew is online:
    https://blogs.autodesk.com/revit/201...in-revit-2020/
    pdf underlays
    No slanted walls yet, but we got elliptical walls :-)

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    Snapping to PDFs created from AutoCAD... think it will cause the same issues as with snapping to the DWG directly?

    Iĺm betting it does but hoping it doesnĺt.

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