Pan and Zoom Hotfix for AutoCAD for Mac Available Now

Today I received notification from AutoCAD for Mac about availability of a new update for the application – “Pan & Zoom Hotfix”.

If you didn’t –  please check Internet connection, select “Check for Updates” from AutoCAD menu, then double click click on “An update for AutoCAD is available” to start download the update. After downloading finished, quit AutoCAD and double click on Acad_Mac_2011_Pan_Zoom_Hotfix.mpkg to start update process.

This update resolves problems retailed to Pan and Zoom crashes, that have been reported by the Customer Error Reporting (CER) utility.


8 Responses to “Pan and Zoom Hotfix for AutoCAD for Mac Available Now”

  1. Stefano Says:

    I have updated my AutoCAD for Mac with the Pan and Zoom Hotfix.
    Big problems.
    AutoCAD is much more unstable than before. Much Much more.

    Any suggestion?



  2. Stefano Says:

    Yes, I did!
    Before Updt1, then Updt2. No problems.
    Then Hotfix. Big problems.



    • maximka2010 Says:

      What kind of problems exactly?
      Does AutoCAD became unstable with the same files as before Hotfix? Or you have problems now with new files?

  3. Autocad became unstable with existing file if you work with layers that are not layer 0. With new files i don’t see any problem but i’ve tried for few minutes.

    • maximka2010 Says:

      It became unstable with only one file? Or with several existing files?
      Have you tried to run AUDIT command on problem file?

  4. Hi there
    I’ve installed update 1, 2 and newest hotfix.\My autocad is up to date.
    i have still the same problem. Autocad crashes after one or two minutes after start.
    Is there a chance this problem will be solved by autodesk team soon?
    When acad 2012 fir mac is expected. I assume all those issues will be solved there.

    • maximka2010 Says:

      There is not enough information in your message to understand the cause of crashes.
      What is your Mac model? Does AutoCAD crashes randomly, or it crashes with specific files? Are the crashes reproducible? Another words – could you reproduce exact steps to crash the application?
      Does AutoCAD crashes without Updates? Does it crashes even if you don’t do anything in it (just start and wait for some time)?

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