Cadalyst Video Picks (Vol. 3, No. 14)

13 Aug, 2018 By: Cadalyst Staff

New from Cadalyst

Search and Rescue for AutoCAD Xrefs

Search and Rescue for AutoCAD Xrefs
Is there anything worse than broken xref links in AutoCAD? They can take hours to correct, depending on the extent of the path damage. Join AutoCAD tipster Lynn Allen to learn some amazing shortcuts to finding and repairing broken links that will save you loads of valuable time! (Applicable to AutoCAD 2018 or higher.) Watch the video

From the CAD Community

Selected SIGGRAPH Sessions Available through Livestream

Selected SIGGRAPH Sessions Available through Livestream
A variety of keynote addresses, courses, talks, and other presentations from the SIGGRAPH 2018 conference are available via livestream on YouTube and Facebook. The conference, which is being held August 12–16 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, focuses on innovation in computer graphics and interactive techniques.

 Call for videos: Cadalyst editors invite you to suggest a video for inclusion in "From the CAD Community." Submissions must be previously published and nonpromotional. They should provide guidance on CAD technologies and trends; do not submit software tutorials or "tips and tricks"–type videos. Send the link to

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Lynn Allen

In her easy-to-follow, friendly style, long-time Cadalyst contributing editor Lynn Allen guides you through a new feature or time-saving trick in every episode of her popular AutoCAD Video Tips. Subscribe to the free Cadalyst Video Picks newsletter, and we'll notify you every time a new video tip is published. All exclusively from Cadalyst!

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