ActCAD 2021 Update 1001572 Released
REDMOND, WA, USA, Aug 9, 2021 – ActCAD 2021 version 1001572 released for below products:
- ActCAD 2021 BIM
- ActCAD 2021 Professional
- ActCAD 2021 Standard
This is a general maintenance release with some new commands and bug fixes. Below is a detailed log of changes:
- Fixed some issues with ActCAD Patch Updater Programs
- Added Drawing Save alert while closing ActCAD by pressing the X button
- Fixed issues while opening dwg & dxf files by double-clicking
- Fixed block with arc gives the wrong center snap location
- Fixed errors with NCopy Layer
- Fixed incorrect display of 4 band JP2 image
- Fixed issues with RTT creation method of Circle
- Fixed Grips menu does not consider the 2Dpolylines and 3Dpolylines to add vertex
- Fixed issue of Linetypes are removed if plot transparency is ON
- Fixed grip edit 3dpolyline not changing vertex elevation
- Fixed some crash issues with Fonts manager
- Fixed transient graphics remains after drawings switching
- Fixed some conversion issues with Drawings Converter
- Fixed the issue of thawing the current layer
The new version is available for download from our downloads page.
Existing ActCAD 2021 users can use check for updates command to update to this latest version automatically.
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