Jump On Civil 3D Blog

A blog about Civil 3D method and practice, Civil 3D Templates, Civil 3D Styles, Civil 3D Management, and Civil 3D customization

 

I am sure you already noticed. This weekend we released a new and improved version of our website.
Fear not! You regular visitors and customers should not have much difficulty adjusting to the improved site design and navigation. We tried not to move around the important content our site users and customers depend on.

A Fresh Look to Great Civil 3D Content

I hope you like…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags website, Upgrade, bootstrap, modx, Framework, video

I hope you take a minute or two to check out our latest Civil 3D Training and Civil 3D Help additions below. There’s much to gain from a click or two. You will discover we added a diverse collection of new Civil 3D Training Videos from a growing group of Civil 3D experts. Thanks to all!

For our current and future Framework for Civil 3D customers…

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We’ve been banging away behind the scenes preparing for a site move for number of months. Last night we took the fearful leap to a new web host. Oh Happy Day! Some folks say the best thing about a website host move is that no one notices any changes at all except better website performance.

Welcome to the New Cadpilot.com

Since you’re here today you’ve probably noticed we didn’t…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags website

The post title is a kind quote from a customer who discovered cadpilot.com, the Jump On Civil 3D blog, and the Framework for Civil 3D. Here’s a recent sampling of comments with the names and firms removed to protect their competitive advantage:

    “I find something useful to learn about Civil 3D every time I visit.
    Love all…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags website, training, Update, comments

In the second week of February 2017 before Valentine’s Day, we made a number of backend security and website engine updates to make both our public and private login portions of the site more secure in preparation for a near-term future conversion of the entire site from the http protocol to the encrypted https (SSL) protocol.

Prepare for the Future

Thankfully, this is all mostly…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags website