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Toby Smith, PE, LEED AP
AutoCAD MEP Product Manager
Honestly, I wish Autodesk would just stabilize MEP 2010 first...if we're not crashing in this office we're recovering files from crashing or saving to protect from the invetible crash. 64-bit or 32-bit...same deal. I want to love this software...We are having REAL considerations of going back to 2008 32bit for just for stability... We just bought brand new workstations w/12GB RAM but can't keep more than a drawing or two on the screen at any given time because of the time it takes to recover them all WHEN it crashes (yes they're ISV certified)..
Now here comes 2011...great...how about allocating resources towards another service pack for 2010?
Here's hoping that the U.K. content becomes U.K. content and not U.S. content renamed and that the broken bits in 2010 are fixed.
Perhaps we might even get a few more pretty icons for our subscription money.