Wednesday, July 16, 2008

AutoCAD 2009 Update 1

AutoCAD 2009 Update 1 and AutoCAD LT 2009 Update 1 are now available. This service update solves a bunch of the problems I have listed on my AutoCAD 2009 page and that I earlier have blogged about.

Updates have been made in the following feature areas:

  • 3D Visual Styles
  • Annotation Scaling
  • External References (xref) palette
  • Raster Images
  • Partial Open
  • Plot
  • Properties Palette
  • Hatch
  • Remote text (rtext)

41 defects have been fixed.

66 files are changed in this update.

Seems like Autodesk has changed the wording from what previously should have been called AutoCAD 2009 SP1 (Service Pack 1) .

Known Issues with This Update

After you apply this update, you may experience the following ribbon customization-related problems:

An Incorrect or Missing Ribbon Tab

Known Issue: When you display a ribbon tab from a partial of Enterprise CUI file, on the ribbon, the ribbon tab displays incorrectly or is missing. 

Workaround: To correctly display a ribbon tab, recreate the workspace used to display the ribbon tab from scratch. Do not duplicate or attempt to update the workspace. Once you create a new workspace, set the workspace current. The ribbon tab should display correctly.
For a partial CUI file, before you add a ribbon tab to a workspace, use the Customize User Interface (CUI) Editor to change the customization group name of the file. The customization group name is represented by the uppermost node of the tree in the Customization In pane.

A Blank Image for a Command

Known Issue: On a ribbon panel, the image associated with a command defined in the Command List pane displays as a blank icon.

Workaround: To recreate a ribbon command item on a ribbon panel, delete it. Then, from the Command List pane, add the command to the ribbon panel.

Readme for AutoCAD 2009 Update 1

AutoCAD 2009 Update 1 for AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite 2009

AutoCAD 2009 Update 1 for AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite 2009

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