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File this Under Frustrated Rant. When I open an existing file from another version. I expect it to look just like it did in the Old Version. What good are new features if you can't open old files with out re-editing things that you have already drawn? Is this too much to ask from software that we pay Thousands of dollars for? My company does not pay for my software I do. 2019 2020 Instead of the Rotated 3d pipe I get a schematic view of it. Did I want this? No Is this what you would call expected Behavior? Not to me Did no one Use a rotated pipe at any time during your beta? Just a question I would have for QA? Text added to Non-Rotating Label Legend does not display correct. We should not have to Re-edit every file we open to see what is going to be broken this time. This is Death by a thousand paper cuts. I saw a Reply to another comment about batch converting reference files to not have to update each file manually. This would Scare the living Crap out of me because of things like this. Now you would have Broken views in every file that used the reference. Everything Before SP2 should be re-branded as RC-1 RC-2 etc. This is not Production ready software and making paying customers Beta test for you is getting old.
Could we get a New Version of Vectorworks that you could just take whatever file you are currently working on in the last year version. Open it in the New Version and it Work without errors? 3 years running this has not been an option. This year it is my Label Legends even though they are non rotating. Extra text elements in the label rotate. I can import the legend into a new drawing and all is good. it just Breaks in the conversion to 2020 opening the existing file. I understand this is an S*** comment but the Frustration is High. Most company's pay their beta testers not make the testers pay them. I said the same thing last year. Your Beta Test Pool does not use enough of a diverse workflow to catch errors that should not make it through your testing. You guys need to cast a wider net.