AUGI (Autodesk Users Groups International) has now posted the results of the February 2008 wish list voting cycle for AutoCAD. There are some good ones in there and we appreciate all the submissions. Everyone should get involved in AUGI as it is free, many benefits, tens of thousands of your peers, and you get to enter your wish list items and vote on them in 3 cycles a year. The top ten voted wishes for the year are presented to Autodesk at Autodesk University to work on them. We at Autodesk also grab from the other wish list submissions as well.
The key to success is making sure the customers are heard and we do our very best to implement all the wishes into the products we can.
Top Ten voted AutoCAD Wish Item AUGI members were:
- Samuel Flores
- Paul Westhelle
- Chris Lindner
- Clinton Campbell
- Paul Eyden
- Michael Shick
- Yair Yes
- Brad Sanada
- Chris Payne
- Steven Hill
Thank you AUGI,
Your Wish is Our Command! </drum roll>
"Presented below are the Top 10 wishes from the AutoCAD Wish List, February 2008 voting cycle:
- Convert PDF to DWG Submitted by Samuel Flores
- Solid Hatch Opacity Setting Submitted by Paul Westhelle
- Lock the Scale of a Viewport While Allowing Panning Submitted by Chris Lindner
- Command to Send all Hatches to Back Submitted by Clinton Campbell
- Compare Two Drawings Submitted by Paul Eyden
- Text Wrap in Dimensions Submitted by Michael Shick
- Lock Drawing order of Specific Objects Submitted by Yair Yes
- Autocreate Dynamic Blocks from Existing Blocks Submitted by Brad Sanada
- Attach and Overlay Options for Images Submitted by Chris Payne
- Option to Print to Multiple Devices or Formats at One Time Submitted by Steven Hill
You can continue to submit new wishes to the AutoCAD Wish List by filling out the AutoCAD Wish List Submission Form.
To see the results from all past voting cycles, visit the AutoCAD Wish List Voting Results page."
Now I have to do my last minute packing as I am headed down to Burbank California to provide some training and warped humor to some very well known people from Hollywood in less than an hour. I like to pack at the last minute, not sure why but it always seems to end up like that.