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On 9/13/2018 at 6:04 AM, line-weight said:

Does this mean we can now paste-in-place into autohybrids?

If it you find any situations where you can't, let me know! I see two bugs listed as fixed related to that but they had separate causes.

 

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Hi All,

 

Is there a definitive list of new tools introduced in Vwx 2019? Specifically tools with 'buttons' which should be in the default workspace?

 

I know there is a checkbox on immigration of workspaces from 2018 to add new tools, but for some reason this doesn't seem to have worked for me. Rather than setting up all my shortcuts and other settings again, I'd rather just manually add the new tools in their appropriate locations.

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Yes, in the Workspace Editor Lists are : What is new in .... with the latest 3 Versions.

Also you can see what went away

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With the amount of quite serious bugs that have come to light in less than a week and confirmation of longstanding broken features not fixed, is it time for a renewed call for open beta testing or an insider preview setup like MS have been doing for Windows 10? 

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I agree with you,  typically,  the "open beta" ends up being the official release until service pack 2 or so.  Something like Release SP0 = Open Beta,     SP1 = Release Candidate. 

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That would be a better look - anyone reading this and a couple of other 2019 threads after looking at the glossy publicity would be sensing some red flags...

Here's a good example of open community testing for a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) ... don't let the price fool you - the platform is incredibly powerful and has many long time protools users (the defacto standard in the industry) migrating to it due to bugs and Avid's arrogance toward its user base... 

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A lot of manufacturers offer different 3d formats for their products.  Is there one that works best for importing into vectorworks?

 

 

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@line-weight 

On 9/18/2018 at 9:36 AM, line-weight said:

I wish someone would come along and do the same for the CAD/BIM realm...

 

 

 

 

You could argue that VW is doing that for the BIM world.  Revit costs 2200/year.

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