Revit MEP

Revit MEP

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Second New Build for Revit MEP 2008

This update is made available to registered users of Revit MEP 2008, and is subject to the terms and conditions of the end-user license agreement that appears during installation. The install will look to see if there is a previous installation of Revit MEP 2008 on the computer, and if there is, it will uninstall it before it installs the new build.

What you might want to do is copy the individual Revit.ini files in case any additional paths have been created per user. The Revit.ini file is located in - C:\Program Files\Revit MEP 2008\Program. Use this method for new builds, not new versions…i.e. 2008 to 2009 (or 2008.1 if that comes out).

Improvements made in the current Web Update #2 build (20070829_2300):

  • Room Tags on Copy/Monitored Rooms no longer return question marks in certain situations.
  • Improves stability when using the Split Tool on Pipes or Ducts.
  • Multiple Sprinkler Systems can now be copied more consistently.
  • Improves stability when modifying the shape of an Elbow with an open end.
  • The length override for Duct Transitions remains consistent after changes to the connected layout.
  • Improves stability when generating ductwork from a mirrored air system.
  • Improves stability when demolishing a duct with two connected takeoffs.
  • Improves stability after receiving a corrupt element warning when opening a project.
  • Publish to DWF™functions when Rooms are present and are clipped by the viewport.
  • Improves stability when saving a Project with a linked DWG™file that contains an image.
  • Improves stability when applying a view template to a sheet view.
  • Working on Windows Vista™operating system, allows the ability to write to revit.ini, licpath.lic, KeyboardShortcuts.txt, and the Journals folder.
  • Line-based families contained in a group are no longer flipped when the group is mirrored.
  • Improves stability when importing group into Titleblock family.
  • Allows the ability to export renderings to TIFF format.
  • When temporary dimension text too small to read, user can adjust the size of the font through Revit.ini.
  • Linked DWG file added by another user will now show up in Manage Links after reload latest.
  • "Relative" spot elevation updates automatically with the change in Level elevation.
  • When exporting to DWG file, overlapping lines that share a point are no longer missing in the resulting DWG.

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