Autodesk has released Update 1 for the R2 version of Revit 2016. Almost all of the improvements are stability related, so if you have been have any issues with Revit 2016, you will want to install this update. But then, you will probably want to install this update to help avoid potential stability issues.
Monthly Archives: December 2015
Revit 2015 Update 11
Autodesk has released Update 11 for Revit 2015. It appears that the release is primarily about stability of the software, but it is always a good thing to have better stability.
The following are listed improvements in Update 11.
- Improves stability after editing a dimension witness line and then moving the mouse outside of the Properties palette.
- Improves stability when creating dimensions.
- Improves stability when working within a worksharing model with central files on an unstable network environment.
- Improves stability when modifying a schedule’s appearance when the schedule does not contain table contents and headers.
- Improves stability when encountering conflicting non-unique extensible storage schemas.
Following are the build numbers for Update 11:
- Revit 2015 build: 20151207_1515
- Revit 2015 R2 build: 20151208_0715
See PDF of Revit 2015 Enhancements