Basically, I create a simple mesh primitive box. I set the selection filter to vertex, and select all vertices on one side of the box. If the selection of all vertices actually registers, it simply moves the entire object, not just the vertices selected. I've tried this in all directions, and the same thing happens.. Other times, it chooses to only move one of the vertices, a result I cannot reliably reproduce -- it just sort of "happens". Scale and Rotate all function normally.
This is happening for me in Civil 3D 2011 as well as Civil 3D 2013. I launched "Civil 3d 2013 as Autocad", and this problem doesn't seem to happen. Also, in "Civil 3d 2013 as Autocad", the vertex nodes all select as red, not as blue as seen in the screencast link. I spend all my time in Civil 3D, and would like to find out why this is happening so I don't have to constantly switch platforms.
This has also been posted over in the Civil 3D group, but since it's a regular "Autocad" entity, I was hoping to have more luck here.
I'm running Win7 Pro, 16GB ram, 2.67 Ghz 8 core processor and latest service packs on everything.
I'd like to add: I mispoke in my first post. The mesh editing problem I noted above does not work in any profile of Civil 3D. The instance where I did get it to work was actually in regular AutoCAD 2013. I tried this task on another computer, and the operation performed normally within AutoCAD 2013, and failed in Civil 3D 2013 (and 2011). This seems to be a Civil 3D issue. Also, when the operation works (as in Autocad), ALL of the vertices selected are red. In Civil 3D, they're all blue (and the operation fails).