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2011.10.21

AUGIWorld October 2011 Released - Learn about Customizin​g Autodesk Products

Aw201110_200x260For countless Autodesk product users, the "box" is only the beginning. About a minute after their Autodesk product of choice is installed, users are busy customizing-a shortcut here, a bit of LISP there-until factory defaults are all but forgotten. In this issue, AUGIWorld writers dive into customization.

Matt Worland demonstrates sensible customization inside AutoCAD in "Managing Customization Files." In "Understanding the Customize User Interface," Melinda Heavrin introduces you to the ease of customization via the CUI Editor in AutoCAD Architecture. And Revit users who don't "do" code will be quite satisfied with Ibrahim Hakki's "Codeless Revit Customization."

In the October 2011 issue of AUGIWorld:

  • A Wicked Primer – So how do you solve wicked problems? With wicked tools, naturally. James Salmon defines all the terms.
  • Careful Customization – Just because 3ds Max users are often of the creative sort doesn't mean they can't customize as well as the tech types. Just do it wisely, advises author Tom Cipolla.
  • Working with Multiple Coordinate Systems – Roll up your sleeves and work along with author Richard Sincovec to convert COGO points in AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Playing by the iLogic Rules – Since Inventor's 2011 release, users have had a new tool in the toolbox called iLogic. Paul Munford shows how iLogic can turn you into a VB.net coding genius.
  • Get a Grip! – Mitchell Voss on easy symbology in Revit MEP and the versatility of push/pull grips.
  • Power Up with Selection and Search Sets – For maximum efficiency, master the Search and Selection Set and Selector tools in Navisworks Manage. Author Bonnie Gorman demonstrates.
  • Roof Design Simplified with BuildEdge – Aaron Dietzen introduces a new add-in that streamlines roof design in Revit Structure.
  • All About Licensing – Think that deciding what type of software license to choose is a no brainer? Maybe not. Franklin Ryan lays out the details.

Also in this issue...

  • Autodesk Insider – AUGI talks with Rob Cohee, Manufacturing Evangelist.  
  • Heads Up - Updates, Service Packs and Top Known Issues obtained from product pages at Autodesk.com 
  • Inside Track – Recent software developments.

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