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Latest Revit build?

Postby corinoco » 11 Jul 2006, 11:28

I noticed last night there appears to be a new build of Revit available; actually since 19th June! (I wish they would actually tell us - they do have our emails after all...)

The problem is, I get a 404 error 'page not found' when I try to download it :(

Has anyone else managed to download this version? BTW - not the Revit series, just plain vanilla Revit - the Revit series download works perfectly! :evil:
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New build

Postby Wesley » 11 Jul 2006, 11:44

Tsk, tsk. Look in announcements :oops:
I posted a message there about the new build on Thursday.

We were able to download both versions (series and standalone) without any problems last week. I have noticed, however, some trouble in trying to install it from the web in the last few days. We have the download files already here, so we were able to just run it locally. Not sure if the download problem is just a short-term glitch or not.
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Postby corinoco » 11 Jul 2006, 11:52

It seems the Autodesk site does not have the file - I couldn't get it from home last night either.

Can I grab it off you tonight? It looks like they have tried to fix the nasty crash-on-elevation-export bug they got about 60+ error reports from me about! :oops:
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Postby corinoco » 11 Jul 2006, 12:14

Sound effect: Head thumping on desk

OK, I just found out why I can't download the Revit update - there is a typo in the linking address! ARRRGH! :roll:

The file can be correctly downloaded from HERE

Thanks Autodesk, my bill for IT Web design support is as follows:

1 hour (minimum time)
2 hours travel (to & from work)

total 3 hours @ $500/hr + GST = $1650. (Yes, I'm expensive)

Terms 3 days, cash only please (unmarked low denomination notes) :twisted:
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cant work it out

Postby Michael Juda » 11 Jul 2006, 14:06

I still have trouble working these things out.

We don't recieve an email for the service we pay for :oops:

But

We recieve spam emails for things we don't want or register for :evil:

is it so hard to get it right :?:

:idea: is it too hard to get what we pay for :idea:
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Postby David Horan » 14 Jul 2006, 14:22

G'Day all,
As part of my Quality Control System, I have this quote pinned to the wall above my monitor (I don't know where the quote originated).


"Many organisations fail to realise that once customers have paid for their goods or services, they have exchanged perfectly good money with whatever was given in return. Money is totaly predictable. It works every time. It does not need service calls, nor is it every faulty.
CUSTOMERS DESERVE PRODUCTS WITH SIMILAR CHARACTERISTICS."

I wish the IT industry would aim for similar ideals :D
Cheers.
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