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AutoCAD 2016 Service Pack 1

October 1, 2015

Autodesk has released the AutoCAD 2016 Service Pack 1.

This service pack applies to…

AutoCAD and Verticals Products:

  • AutoCAD 2016
  • AutoCAD Architecture 2016
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016
  • AutoCAD Electrical 2016
  • AutoCAD Map 3D 2016
  • AutoCAD Mechanical 2016
  • AutoCAD MEP 2016
  • AutoCAD P&ID 2016
  • AutoCAD Plant 3D 2016
  • AutoCAD Utility Design 2016

Autodesk Design Suites:

  • Autodesk AutoCAD Design Suite 2016
  • Autodesk AutoCAD with Advance Steel 2016
  • Autodesk Building Design Suite 2016
  • Autodesk Factory Design Suite 2016
  • Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite 2016
  • Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2016
  • Autodesk Product Design Suite 2016
  • Autodesk Revit Collaboration Suite 2016

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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 SP1 Released

July 31, 2014

Autodesk has released AutoCAD Civil 3D SP1.

The README file states:

The following issues have been resolved in Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 Service Pack 1:

Corridor Modeling and Analysis

A data-specific issue has been resolved where attempting to rebuild a corridor would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

An issue has been resolved where material take off would compute only half of the areas of the materials when more than one baseline existed.

An issue has been resolved where the corridor feature line areas were not using the code set styles assigned to the corridor.

An issue has been resolved where the elevation target in the DaylightBasin and DaylightBasin 2 subassemblies was incorrectly solving for the basin elevation.

An issue has been resolved where the German Country Kit assembly GermanSA_Fahrbahn_ausserorts was missing the feature line on the right side in a cut terrain situation.

Pipe Networks and Pressure Networks

An issue has been resolved where data-referenced gravity pipe network styles were reset when the source model was updated and the network was synchronized.

An issue has been resolved where data-referenced pressure network styles were reset when the source model was updated and the network was synchronized.

An issue has been resolved where pressure networks were not created properly when using the Create Pressure Network from Industry Model command.

An issue has been resolved where an invalid part and/or pipe style within a pipe network would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

Alignments and Profiles

An issue has been resolved where editing an alignment when another profile had been superimposed onto its profile would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

An issue has been resolved regarding the adjustment of the profile station range when creating a profile after creating and deleting an unrelated alignment.

Survey

A utility which provides the ability to save an AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 survey database for use in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 is included in this service pack. This utility can be accessed from the AutoCAD Civil 3D Toolbox after installing this service pack.

An issue has been resolved where attempting to delete a survey figure from the Figures Editor would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

Grading and Surfaces

An issue has been resolved where deleting all grading projections and repeatedly running the UNDO command would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

An issue has been resolved where deleting points from a surface when the DACH Extension is installed would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

An issue has been resolved where draped images that were rendered when hardware acceleration was turned on would be mirrored.

Miscellaneous

An issue has been resolved where a description was not included from a data-referenced source object.

An issue has been resolved where unexpected characters and text was added to objects in a drawing and within any drawings that were opened during the AutoCAD Civil 3D session.

An issue has been resolved where starting AutoCAD Civil 3D in zero document state startup mode would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

An issue has been resolved where the correct CODES file was not being read from the registry.

An issue has been resolved where modifying an object on a locked layer would cause the application to close unexpectedly.

An issue has been resolved where a curve label would show its content reversed when located at 0 and 180 degrees in a drawing.

An issue has been resolved where the Print button in the Hydraflow Express Rainfall IDF Curve dialog box would not work properly.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 Service Pack 1

October 11, 2013

Autodesk has released a service pack for Civil 3D 2014.  The issues resolved are as follows:

Alignments

Using the Create Best Fit Alignment command no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Corridor Design

Importing a subassembly that exists in a folder with a long path no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Setting an override from True to False for a parameter in the Corridor Section Parameter Editor when the Corridor Section Editor viewports are configured to display multiple viewports no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Surface profiles that are generated from a data-referenced corridor surface and a data-referenced alignment (using the data shortcuts feature) are now dynamic.

The application no longer closes unexpectedly when you are working in a drawing with the Corridor Section Editor open and you then open (or create) and then close another drawing.

Importing a subassembly when a Tool Palette is not displayed no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly. To import a subassembly to a Tool Palette, the Tool Palette must first be open. If no Tool Palette is open, the option to import the subassembly to a Tool Palette is not available for selection.

Attaching another subassembly to a LinktoMarkpoint subassembly that exists in an offset assembly no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

3D polylines that exist in the drawing no longer appear by default in the Corridor Section Editor.

Importing a subassembly to a Tool Palette and then re-importing the same subassembly no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

When you create a subassembly from a polyline, the behavior of the Link Creation setting now works as expected.

Corridor feature lines that are drawn at fixed offset distances now appear as expected in the drawing.

Section Views

The positions of volume tables are now maintained when a drawing containing them is saved, closed, and reopened.

General/Other

Stability when using a menu with a drop down list has been improved.

Using Ctrl+Tab to switch between open drawings while the Layer Manager is open no longer causes the application to display an error message and close unexpectedly.

Opening a drawing that was created in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 (or in an earlier version) that contains data references no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Selecting points within the Point Editor and then clicking in the Style column no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Importing profile view band styles now works as expected.

Creating feature lines from a large number of polylines no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Grip editing a feature line after using the feature line Fillet command and then using the UNDO command no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Using the ExportToAutoCAD command on a drawing that has an attached xref no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Using the APPLOAD command to load AeccCustomDraw.dbx, AeccCustomEvent.dbx and AeccCustomUI.dbx now works as expected.

The geographic location is now correct when the units in the drawing are different from the units in the Geographic Location dialog box.

To use the ImportCAiCEKCM command, the Microsoft® Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable must be installed first. You can download the Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=13255.

Starting the application after uninstalling AutoCAD® Map 3D 2010 no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Labels

Values are now rounded correctly in profile station labels that use station index format with rounding.

Autodesk AutoCAD Map 3D Integration

Live Map Data tiles are now loaded correctly when opening the application.

The MAPIMPORT command now imports SHP and SDF files as expected.

Object Enabler

Using the eTransmit command in Autodesk® AutoCAD® or Autodesk® AutoCAD LT® when the Civil Object Enabler is installed no longer causes the program to close unexpectedly.

Drawings that contain alignments, profiles, and pressure networks that are created in the current version of the program and then saved in an earlier version of the program now open as expected in AutoCAD (or other object-enabled program) when the Civil Object Enabler is installed.

Parcels

Running the Parcel Map Check report no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Using the Delete PI command on a parcel segment point of intersection no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Editing a parcel segment by holding the Ctrl key down and moving a grip no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Pipes

Deleting a pipe or structure when the Toolspace window is hidden no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

On the Microsoft® Windows 8® operating system, if you display a rollover tooltip for a pipe network and then exit the application, the application no longer closes unexpectedly.

Changing a pipe network part in the source file of a data shortcut now updates the part style in the referenced pipe network as expected.

Inserting a custom part into a pipe network now works as expected.

Using the Batch Import command to import pipe network parts into the Content Catalog Editor now works as expected.

The accuracy of the Part Builder Data Structure Table has been improved.

The structure style block rotation is now aligned with the 3D solid.

Pressure Networks

When using the Follow Surface command, the application no longer closes unexpectedly if the reference surface for the pressure network has a gap in it.

Profiles

Using the Profile Layout Tools toolbar no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Profile Views

Pressure network parts can now be re-drawn in profile view after drawing them in profile view and deleting them.

Points

Adding points to a table, using the UNDO command, and then selecting the table no longer causes the application to become unresponsive.

The Convert Land Desktop Points command now uses the Preserve Original Point Layer setting.

Point Clouds

The Window selection option in the Add Points to Surface command now works as expected.

Creating a point cloud or a surface from an ESRI ASC file now works as expected.

Attaching an RCP or RCS point cloud to the drawing and then adding AutoCAD Civil 3D properties to the point cloud now works as expected.

Project Manager

Extra .map files are no longer created when importing a Vault project.

Quantity Takeoff

Adding, removing, and then re-adding a point file to a surface definition no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Subassembly Composer

Void areas in corridor subassemblies are now displayed as expected in cross section views.

Surfaces

Surface analysis colors defined from color books are no longer converted to index colors for rendering in model space.

Surface analysis data is now maintained after the surface is rebuilt.

Surface analysis values that are outside of the defined ranges no longer appear as white in the drawing.

Switching to a different layout when the Level of Detail mode is active no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

If a DEM file that is added as surface data does not contain coordinate system information, the coordinate system that you assign when adding the DEM file is now used for the surface.

DEM files inserted as raster images are now positioned correctly.

Polylines created with the Water Drop command now use the PLINEGEN system variable.

Using the Paste Surface command no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Survey

Exploding a large number of survey figures, and then copying and pasting the entities into another drawing, no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

The Logging Enabled setting (under Change Reporting) is now included when the survey database settings are saved to an external file.

Importing a LandXML file with an invalid data format no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Creating a new survey database after importing survey database settings from a file no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Traverses are now inserted into the drawing with the expected rotation angle.

Importing a field book file when the drawing coordinate system and survey database coordinate system are different no longer causes the application to close unexpectedly.

Importing a field book without having a network selected first will no longer cause the application to close unexpectedly.

Coordinate values are now created correctly when importing a Face 1 and Face 2 reciprocal observation field book file.

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AutoCAD Map 3D 2014 Service Pack 1

October 3, 2013

Autodesk has released the first service pack for AutoCAD Map 3D 2014.

Take a look at the README file to see what is resolved.

Download Service Pack 1 for AutoCAD Map 3D 2014.