Eric Chappel with Autodesk has blogged about one of the new features of InfraWorks 360 v.126.96.36.199.
This is a feature many of you have been waiting for.
Read more here.
Autodesk has released it’s Civil 3D 2014 Service Pack 2.
The following issues have been resolved in Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 Service Pack 2:
Corridor Modeling and Analysis
- An issue has been resolved where corridor materials were not being calculated for both sides of a roadway and in cases where there were corridors with multiple, non-parallel baselines.
- An issue has been resolved with the SampleLineGroup.Create() API method.
- An issue has been resolved where corridor solids were not exported to original coordinates.
- An issue has been resolved where corridor solids were not exported properly for corridor links.
- An issue has been resolved where corridor solids were not exported properly for specific areas of intersections.
Pipe Networks and Pressure Networks
- An issue has been resolved where alignments were not created properly from a pressure network that had branches.
- An issue has been resolved where parts from a custom part list were resizing to the smallest part in the part family when subsequent parts were added.
- An issue has been resolved where data-referenced gravity pipe network styles were reset when the source model was updated and the network was synchronized
- An issue has been resolved where pressure networks were not created properly when using the Create Pressure Network from Industry Model command.
- An issue has been resolved where the height of the first structure in a gravity pipe network was not set properly when using a 3D polyline as the selected object.
- An issue has been resolved where gravity pipe and structure collections could not be selected in the Prospector tree.
Alignments and Profiles
- A data-specific issue has been resolved where profiles were shifting when an AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 drawing that contains profiles was opened in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014, which resulted in a change in stationing.
- An issue has been resolved where the cursor appeared to be offset from its actual location when laying out and editing a profile.
- An issue has been resolved where the geometry curve lengths for rail alignments could not be edited in the tabular editor.
- An issue has been resolved where turning off the navigation bar and ViewCube would result in lineweights not being applied properly during plotting for certain AutoCAD Civil 3D objects.
- An issue has been resolved where unexpected characters and text was added to objects in a drawing and within any drawings that were opened during the AutoCAD Civil 3D session.
- A performance issue when logging into Autodesk® Vault from AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 has been resolved.
- An issue has been resolved where the Transformation Grid Scale Factor was not applied properly for ground coordinates when using the Geodetic Calculator.
- An issue has been resolved where the Print button in the Hydraflow Express Rainfall IDF Curve dialog box would not work properly.
- An issue has been resolved where pay item formulas were not properly incorporated into take off.
- An issue has been resolved where special characters in an AutoCAD Civil 3D object name would cause an issue when an IMX file that contained these characters was imported into Autodesk® Infraworks™.
- An issue has been resolved where the north arrow was not being rotated properly when using the Plan Production tools.
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There is also a plethora of videos by many users that have posted their tips, tricks and tutorials.
If you get a chance, check it out and the Autodesk Screencast website.
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You can read more here.
I am glad to be part of the Expert Elite team for Autodesk…