A point is a point is a point. Along came Civil 3D and turned all this simple stuff on its head. The idea was to make the whole point symbols and label thing more useful, less time consuming, and much more flexible. Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
It’s fair to say that most people said, “You’ve got to be kidding.”
The upcoming Release 6 of our Production Solution products for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016, 2015, and 2014 is about to hit the streets. Yeah. We always support multiple releases of Civil 3D. Can your Civil 3D templates and Civil 3D Styles do that? Maybe. Maybe not? Good News. You can afford to upgrade to ours and laugh all the way to the bank. Really? Really.
We published the latest documentation…Read more
A new update to our Production Solution products for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 and Civil 3D 2014 is on the street. No one can resist a sweet Valentine’s treat even if you get it late, can they?
More Symbol Set Continuous Improvement
We include lots of changes to our Symbol Set products…Read more
In the previous post we talked about the National CAD Standard (NCS) and International Standards Organization (ISO) recommendations about font faces in our plan sets. Read the In Font of the Face of Horror post.
In larger projects we also might have multiple CAD apps producing the work. Font…Read more
I planned a video blog post on Nonlinear Corridors. However, I’ve been silenced by a nasty summer cold and a severe case of laryngitis. I should make a TV commercial. Recording that nonlinear video post will have to wait a bit.
Symbols Can Go Nonlinear Elsewhere
People do ask me,
“How do I customize the blocks in the Production Solution products?…Read more