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Autodesk continues to improve and change Civil 3D behaviors from one Civil 3D Update to another and from one Civil 3D Release Upgrade to another. Out here in Civil 3D Land we must learn to adapt to those changes or continue to perform our civil engineering and survey work in older versions of the software. Most folks tend to.

Are we proactive…

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Autodesk released Autodesk Civil 3D 2023 earlier this week. Most of us in Civil 3D Land have more important things to do than install and test the latest and greatest Civil 3D. We have civil engineering and survey project work to get out the door. Truly, Civil 3D 2023 is a faster, less buggy, and generally better version of previous releases. Sooner or later that…

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This week Autodesk released a major Update 6 for Civil 3D 2020. The Autodesk Civil 3D 2020.6 Update includes updated Civil 3D features, performance enhancements, significant fixes for many Civil 3D issues, and many important API enhancements for Autodesk Civil 3D 2020.

The Civil 3D 2020.6 Update is also a one stop shop Update improvement for Civil 3D 2020.…

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We all work today in one Release of Civil 3D or another. Folks these days appear to wait until Autodesk releases the Civil 3D Update 1 of any particular Release to move on. Only then do they begin to deploy and employ the latest and greatest of Autodesk Civil 3D. Makes sense to me.

Lots of other folks continue choose to remain one or more releases back from the current “bleeding” edge release.…

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This post will be no surprise to many of our many Framework for Civil 3D customers. Based on our initial testing of the shipping build of Autodesk Civil 3D 2022, the current Framework for Civil 3D Release 8 builds (based on the latest Civil 3D 2021 Update) of the Framework for Civil 3D products all upgrade and run great in the public…

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