Saturday, September 27, 2008

Revit 2009 2 build (20080915_2100)

Web Update Enhancement List Revit Architecture 2009

Improvements made in Web Update 2 build (20080915_2100): Revit Architecture 2009/ Revit® Platform Enhancements
  • Improves the ability to link markups made in a DWFx file.
  • Improves the ability to view thumbnail previews in Microsoft® Windows® XP x64.
  • Decal bump image map will now import at correct scale for cut-out.
  • Floors containing multiple slopes and walls will now export to IFC correctly.
  • Improves the display of colors in shaded views to be more consistent with the 2008 Revit product line.
  • Export to DXF/DWG will now export the Material's color_map texture.
  • Mass Floors no longer disappear when adding text to Mass Element comments.
  • Improves stability of worksharing when saving to central.
  • Improves visibility of common edges when joining in-place family.
  • Improves stability when accessing Pantone dialog.
  • Improves stability when upgrading project or family from the 2008 version of a Revit product.
  • Improves stability when selecting elements in a 3D view.
  • Moving a model pattern with a face-based family constrained to it no longer causes a constraint error.
  • Improves stability when switching between views.
  • Improves stability when importing DWG files.
  • Improves performance when adding or editing walls in models with rooms.
  • Improves stability when creating a section.
  • When exporting to DWG, the ceiling pattern will now export correctly.
  • After a project is upgraded to the 2009 version of a Revit product, the linework will now display as set in previous version.
  • Enables “Show family pre-cut in plan views” parameter for structural framing category family so that the geometry can be cut by the cut plane in medium and fine views.
API Enhancements
  • By following a modified install procedure, VSTA can now run with non-administrative user permissions. Please see the Revit VSTA User Manual in the Revit SDK package for complete details.
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