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Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 6:03:59 AM | forced upgrades

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hi folks, how do users feel about autodesk policy changes regards their upgrades and new licensing requirements/ charges and massive fees for late upgrades and crossgrades?

personally its hard to see the benefit of upgrading continuing subscription  if the main feature is something like wavy lines.

datacad could do this in 1983.

anyone else thinking of getting off the treadmill and staying on 2016 versions?

cheers

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Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 3:07:52 PM | forced upgrades

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Revit has had sketchy (wavy) lines for several issues - see attached.

 

Your question comes up - often.  If you are a single user with no consultants and low project volumn, then maybe it would be smart to drop out.   But if you have consultants using Revit, then I think you would pay a heavy price to not maintain your license. 



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