Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Revit Web Update 2 posted - Build 20090917_1515

It's official the rumor is no longer. There is a typo on the RST page, it still says Update 1 but the Update 2 files are posted.

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Here are the highlights of items/issues addressed by this new build. If you'd like to read the pdf yourself CLICK HERE.
  • Annotation objects no longer disappear when panning a view that spans two monitors.
  • Improves stability when switching between Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010 software and Google Earth™ software.
  • Improves the modification behavior of hosted sweeps (i.e. gutters) attached to joined roofs.
  • Improves stability and performance when modifying walls.
  • Improvements to shared nested families.
  • Improves stability when modifying masses.
  • Improves design option rules adherence for walls in different design options and worksets.
  • Family and type information can now be read in Autodesk® 3ds Max® software from an FBX® file exported from a non-English version of Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010.
  • Improves stability when adding views to sheets.
  • Improves stability when making a design option primary.
  • Improves stability of printing views in wireframe mode.
  • Shadows will no longer be cropped when a view is printed or exported to a DWF™ file.
  • Subscription notifications are now available from InfoCenter.
  • Improves stability when reading IFC files.
  • Improves stability when opening a project with an inserted TIF image and when importing a TIF image.
  • ViewCube® navigation tool and the navigation bar will now display correctly after unlocking the computer.
  • Improves stability when removing panels from the ribbon.
  • Improves stability when cancelling a move, delete or copy command.
  • Improves performance of view renaming and the Workset dialog.
  • Mass floor schedules will now update when a level is renamed.
  • A form element that has a divided surface applied to it will now be correctly generated after a copy, paste, or move.
  • Improves stability when exporting to DWG.
  • Dimension and spot elevation values will now display correctly in a dependent view
The list of API related adjustments is actually longer than the list above. I recommend you take a look at the pdf for those if you are interested in the API issue.

2 comments:

DaveP said...

Hey, Steve!
I'm all for bug fixes and everything, but I think the real meat that we're all waiting for was hinted at in Scott's post where he says:

"However, we are developing functionality enhancements that will be available to Subscription customers in the near future."

Hope that near future is very near.

Travis said...

I noticed Scott Hatch's post at AUGI as well. That is what I'm looking forward to...