If you really insist on doing this, will you also combine 2005/06/07, 2007//08/09 and 2010/11/12 for consistency? I'm not suggesting this (I think it would be an equally bad idea), just asking.
This should read 2004/05/06, not 2005/06/07.
Hello from France
Have you a problem with the number of forums & sub-forums ?
If you plan to group some AutoCAD forums :
2004/2005/2006 : together
2007/2008/2009 : together
But please let ALONE the others forums because too many people are always running : 2010 / 2011 / 2012 / etc
I maintain : 2013/2014 is a BAD idea even if these 2 releases are very near technically !?
But the main problem will be the support of Win 8 with 2014 ...
I always find these conversations about merging boards slightly amusing. I use Civil 3D and Every SINGLE VERSION is on one board. To complicate matters. Civil 3D has never been backwards compatible until 2014, which is supposed to be compatible with 2013, I haven't tested it.
But I'm not against separate boards. I think that the newest release should have its own because that's going to be very active as people start out with that version.
Same with LT.
We got merged a few years ago and nothing more than asking a Version; it's fairly easy to get an answer.
Even when talking MNU to CUI or is it MNS to CUI? or both?
If I recall correctly, once upon a time, these forums were combined and then spearated into product specific categories. Has Autodesk not learned from it's past? I'll add my voice, this is a very bad idea.
Good luck with all that.
Why should dwg format be the deciding factor on forum ogranization? It's irrelevant the majority of the time. I'm sure for folks like yourself, Dean, it'll be easier for you to browse and post common sense replies on virtually every single topic. Beyond that, what value does it provide?
IMHO, if there was only on AutoCAD forum that would be the best.
But if it going to remain segmented into multiple forums, then sorting them by DWG format as the older versions have been makes the most sense.
It all depends on the final solution: one forums doesn't seem to be the direction.
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