Autodesk has released an update for the Autodesk 360 desktop companion. If you have version 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124, then you need to apply this update. To read more about this and to download the update, click here.
There are a few changes to the template file in Civil 3D 2014. To note these changes, check out Being Civil’s blog on these changes, here.
Being Civil’s blog has updated to show a new feature in Civil 3D 2014. You can read more about it here.
If you have been using Infraworks 2014, you might have noticed that there is an issue with some of the trees. Notably, the road style Boulevard with Trees and another particular tree. The result shows the trunk of the trees as transparent. See image below… You can read about my post in the Infraworks Discussion… Read More Infraworks 2014 “Bug” Resolved
Autodesk has released two important installs. Civil 3D 2013 Hotfix 3 has fixed a lot of issues including stability improvements under Windows 8 and updates to how Vault manages circular references. Civil 3D 2012 Update 3 has addressed a number of issues as well. You can see what this update fixes in the Readme file.
A good friend of mine and fellow peer, Shawn Herring has created a great expression I wanted to share with all of you. You can read the thread on my Texas Civil 3D User’s Group on LinkedIn. You can go directly to the link here. While you are there, join the group and start some… Read More Truncating Elevations
Now this is a nice feature to have!! Don’t you hate extra work? Before this option you had to extract objects from the XREF to perform a target. Now with this new feature you can just target the XREF. Being Civil blogged about this. Read more here.
Autodesk has released their new Infrastructure Modeler 2014. However, the name has been changed. The new name for Modeler is Infraworks. The new release has a lot of improvements. Having said that, you better check out the new system requirements for it. It is eating my laptop alive!! There are many settings to improve the… Read More Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler 2014? Not This Year. Introducing…Infraworks 2014!!