X-FORCE Keygen Collaboration For Revit 2013
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But X-FORCE 10.10.2.29 has suddenly created some compatibility issues with all my existing keygen-versions. Now I constantly get a message of AutoDesk that \"no interoperability to all old versions. Sorry\". I can use X-FORCE since 2 weeks, but only this tutorial for an absolute beginner
I also paid for the add-in X-FORCE keygen for AutoCAD 2013.But after trying to use it, i got a very angry message of AutoDesk Development which just said: \"Because of the troubles with the keygen a part of the functionality was dropped. Sorry for this problem\"
I thought: \"Was that the reason why I always get messages like this about a weeks and months?\". Then I bought the 1st version of the X-forcenavigator (700,-,-) again. But it was multi-platform and it should have been no problem to work.
I am really in such a rage. Until now, i will not buy autoDesk licences. It is totally unacceptable that an old version of AutoCAD does not work compatible with new keygens from other manufacturers! This is NO customer service, this is NO support, this is NO life.
Was it me or is this software going in the wrong direction? We have to change everything and break lots of codes from legacy systems? I am so angry about this issue. I read posts in the website for people, which download the keygen from other manufacturers. But the 50M heights in the tutorial are just for one licence. If they just realised this, they had to know that such keys are not compatible with old licence versions too.
@awelledits A 2012 Macbook Pro running the latest version of its operating software (MacOS 10.12.x) runs the X-FORCE 2012 for Revit Core properly without problems. Yes, it should work perfectly. X-FORCE is not compatible with \"Server\".
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