Wednesday, September 24, 2008

AutoCAD 2009 Update 2

AutoCAD 2009 Update 2 includes Update 1.

I like the pace Autodesk comes with these updates.

Available at:

Knowledge Base document: AutoCAD 2009 Update 2

Knowledge Base document: AutoCAD LT 2009 Update 2

Updates have been made in the following commands and features:

  • Annotation Scaling
  • Blocks
  • Menu Browser
  • PLOT
  • Properties Palette

The following defects have also been fixed:

3D Navigation Tools - When you use the ViewCube in some drawings, AutoCAD freezes.

.NET API - If you create a wipeout object through .NET API, a fatal error may occur.

Annotation Scaling - The scale of annotative text changes when you use LISP entmod() to change the properties of the annotative text.

Attributes - When a drawing contains xrefs, the -ATTEDIT command fails.

Autodesk Buzzsaw - In the File Navigation dialog box, when you use the Add a Buzzsaw location shortcut option, AutoCAD crashes.

Blocks - When you copy and paste a dynamic block, associative hatches do not work. After you redefine a block definition, associative hatches in dynamic blocks display incorrectly. When you open a drawing, a polyline in a block may have a very large width. After you open a drawing, some dynamic blocks lose their dynamic properties.

Data Extraction - Data Extraction cannot finish operations in some cases. The Data Extraction Combine Record Mode > Sum values option does not work correctly.

DGN Support - When you import some DGN files, AutoCAD crashes.

DIM - If alternate units is on and you edit dimension text, the alternate units text is duplicated.

Export a Layout to Model Space - If .NET 3.5 Service Pack 1 is installed and you use the EXPORTLAYOUT command on some layouts, AutoCAD may stop responding.

Find - The FIND command performs slowly when you search for text.

Groups - Rollover highlighting does not go away.

Hatch - When you bind a drawing with an xref that contains annotative hatches, AutoCAD crashes.

Hide/Shade - When you use the HIDE command with a drawing that contains text, some objects may not be hidden.

Image - When you attach a corrupted raster image to a drawing, AutoCAD crashes.

Layer - When you zoom to a locked viewport, the Layer palette updates.

Layouts - When you attempt to switch layouts in drawings, an Out of Memory crash may occur.

Materials - When you import a 3DS file with texture, AutoCAD may crash.

Menu/Toolbar - Some menu macros do not work.

Multileader (mleader) - Mleader custom arrowheads are not brought over to the drawing from the Tool palette.

Multiline Text (mtext) - When you edit mtext in a viewport, it may be duplicated in other viewports.

Object Snaps - Osnaps on polylines and mesh objects do not work correctly.

Plot - When you plot upside-down, an OLE object does not plot correctly. A drawing that contains hatches and gradients may plot slowly. When plot area is set to View, AutoCAD LT may crash.

Publish - When you attempt to publish multiple sheets with PUBLISHCOLLATE=1, only the first sheet of the set is plotted.

Quick Properties - When you edit multiple mtext objects through the Quick Properties palette, AutoCAD crashes.

Render - When you render some drawings, AutoCAD runs out of memory.

Ribbon - If the ribbon is displayed and you select portions of a mtext object that contains multiple formats, the mtext object becomes distorted.

Selection - When you select objects in groups, AutoCAD may crash.

Tables - When you edit text with space before or after the text within a table cell, AutoCAD crashes.

Text - When you move text to a new position within a drawing, it disappears.

Tool Palettes -When you attempt to edit the properties of multiple Tool Palette tools, an Out of Memory crash may occur.

WAN Acceleration Hotfix is also included. Earlier described here.

Via Between the Lines – read about the importance of CER.

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