Infrastructure Universe, Vol. 36: Happy Holidays from the Infrastructure Universe
Autodesk Software Updates and Hotfixes
Happy holidays from the Infrastructure Universe! Autodesk has recently released a few updates for various softwares that you should be aware of in addition to the major announcement from Autodesk University about a new partnership. Read on for all the Autodesk Software Updates and Hotfixes.
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#1: Revit 2020.2 Update
The most recent update for Revit 2020 includes enhancements and fixes for functions, such as:
- Dynamo for Revit
- File Corruption
- MEP Analytical Systems
- MEP Electrical Panel Schedule
- Revit Cloud Models
- Revit Home
- Route Analysis
- Shared Coordinates
- Steel Connections for Dynamo
#2: AutoCAD 2020.1.2 Update
This update to AutoCAD 2020 fixed issues, such as:
- Occasional crashes when inserting certain blocks from the Blocks palette.
- Occasional crashes when exploding a block that fills the drawing area.
- Occasional crashes when publishing or plotting certain drawings to PDF files.
#3: Inventor 2020.2 Update
This update to Inventor 2020 fixed issues to functions, including:
- 3D Annotation
- 3D PDF
- Cable and Harness
- Content Center
- Design Accelerator
- Frame Generator
- Simulation – Dynamic Simulation
- Tube and Pipe
- Constraints – Joint-Assemble
- Desktop Viewer
- Annotations – Balloon
- Title Blocks – Borders
- 2D Sketch
- Sheet Metal
- UI Customization
#4: SHP Import/Export Utility for CIVIL 3D 2020
#5: Bluebeam Update Tips
As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end support for Windows 7. With this in mind, Bluebeam will be unable to support Revu software running on unsupported versions of Windows. Time to upgrade your Windows OS! (Source)