With the recent Update 1 for AutoCAD it’s time for AutoCAD Architecture to get one that also includes AutoCAD’s update.
The following defects have been fixed in AutoCAD Architecture 2009 Update 1:
- The application might crash when cutting or refreshing sections or elevations containing certain structural members.
- For localized versions of AutoCAD Architecture, callouts and labels would occasionally fail to resolve when dropping views onto sheets.
- The application might crash when viewing the external references of a project drawing that was resaved as a different project drawing type.
- It was not possible to drag a project entity from one file to another when hardware acceleration was enabled, if the host drawing did not use the 2d wireframe visual style.
- The application might crash when plotting immediately after cancelling a previous plot job.
- Fillet radii would not be imported reliably for certain parameteric profiles.
- Parametric profiles without voids would not be imported reliably.
- Spaces with clipping and holes would not import reliably.
- Wall styles would not be reliably converted and mapped on import.
- Curtain walls might not be import properly on localized versions of AutoCAD Architecture.
- gbXML would export a value 1000 times too large for AirChangesPerHour in metric drawings.
- The application would occasionally crash on shutdown.
- The face of a wall might not draw correctly in isometric view for certain endcap configurations.
- Autodesk Civil 3D users could end up with a style referencing a non-existent hatch.
- Memory would not be released to Windows when closing a drawing.