AutoCAD 2011 for Mac Update 1 Is Here!

I am pleased to inform everyone that from 17 December the first update for AutoCAD 2011 for Mac is available on the AutoCAD for Mac Services & Support site. To download the update, simply go to AutoCAD 2011 for Mac Update 1.
This Update addresses the following issues (as it is written in Readme):

“As a result of detailed information from customers who used the Customer Error Reporting (CER) Utility, a number of problems were identified and fixed. Updates have been made to the following features:
■    2D Display

■    3D Selection

■    File Navigation

■    General UI

■    Graphic System

■ Hatch

■ Install

■ Layers

■ Open/Save

■    Properties Inspector

■    Quick View Tools

■ Start-up
General Updates
General changes and improvements have been made to the following features:
Hatch
■    AutoCAD for Mac is no longer unstable when deleting certain hatch objects.

Memory Use
■    Some memory leaks have been fixed to improve memory consumption.

Palette & Toolbar Icons
■    Palette and toolbar icons should always be displayed.

Plot
■    PDF output quality has been improved.

Start-up
■    On systems that do not meet the minimum system requirements, a message is displayed when AutoCAD for Mac is launched.
■    Splash screen should always disappear.

Text Style
■    Xref-dependent text styles can no longer be set current.”

Our thanks to the development team!

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4 Responses to “AutoCAD 2011 for Mac Update 1 Is Here!”

  1. this solved the problem with the plot style?, will have solution in the future?
    thanks

  2. maximka2010 Says:

    Unfortunately – no. After all, in fact, the ability (or inability) to edit (create) Plot Style Tables – this is not a problem, but the feature, which is not included in the current version of the program. Let us hope that in the next version of AutoCAD for Mac it will be included.

  3. John Bishop III Says:

    Hi, I am looking for a solution for dwf files on MAC. I often get dwf files that I need to edit and redline. Will Autocad for mac do this? If not is there another solution out there. I also do some electrical design work so it would be great if the program would do both. Thanks

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