Update Construction Guides Addin for ArcGIS 10.1 & 10.2

08-19-2014 03:51 PM
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New Contributor II
This addin is a great tool for map editing parcels and adding and updating map facilities/assets.  Unfortunelty it appears as it has been abandoned and has not been updated to ArcGIS 10.1 & 10.2.

Can you please consider updating this wonderfull addin so that it does not crash in  ArcGIS 10.1 & 10.2.
For additional information on this addin look in : http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=b7185e436b204af7b89ebf0e88bb720b#

This tool it has been very helpful to create temporary reference lines making it really efficiently to build landbase. I used it in a previous versions, but since we upgrade into ArcMap 10.1 version seems like is not working properly as a result crashes!!  Please consider spending resources to update to latest versions.
Iliana Galarza

Great tool to use for offsetting construction lines (guides) when mapping facilities with primary dimensions.
Great tool! Unfortunately it is not stable enough to use on a regular basis. This application causes ArcMap 10.1 to crash frequently. This is a superior tool compared to the standard ArcMap construction tools for providing construction guidelines. Please consider supporting this tool.
This tool is very useful for quickly placing and erasing construction lines, but the ArcMap crashes caused by the tool are a huge drawback.  Please update the tool for the latest versions of ArcMap.
its a standard drafting functions that is universally used and needed
Much needed, please fix!! 
Is this going to be updated?  Why have a tool, a great tool that crashes the system?
I agree with what has been written here.  By this tool not being able to function in later versions of ArcGIS, users are left creating a dummy feature class of construction lines for the same purpose.  The concept of Construction Guides was ideal, a temporary dynamic method to draw with  precision.  Without it we struggle to draw with precision, something we use to be able to do in CAD, but have never quite achieved with GIS.
Much need, please fox...