Though I am sure I will have something more interesting to talk about tomorrow, since I have plans to take photos of a friend for the beginning stages of a furniture design project (and I’ll probably get some nice photos of Harlem too while I’m at it- I haven’t been taking enough photographs lately anyway), I do have something to say today.
The people at AutoDesk are sadists. And not in a good, fun way, either.
Since the upgrade of my trusty computer Chuck to Chuck v3.0, I decided to bite the bullet and update AutoCAD too. I knew going in that there was a good chance that I’d feel this way after I did so, and yep..here I am.
See, every year AutoDesk updates AutoCAD. But I swear that these folks sit around cackling like madmen at their desks as they write in the changes. It’s not that I don’t appreciate their hard work, but I swear that you spend six months learning where they moved everything, and then just when you finally get used to whatever version you just upgraded to, they release a new one, so you’re confused all over again.
So you decide, okay… I’m not going to update every year. I’m just going to use the version I have and not make myself insane.
Yeah, that’s what I did. So now, the upgrade is *hyooooooge* and 3x as confusing and I want to put my head through the monitor.
Of course I’ll be fine in two weeks, once I learn how to switch all the menus back around to something that makes sense. In the meantime, I’m glad I learned all those keyboard shortcuts. Yeesh.