July 25th 2019 – Bluebeam Revu 2018.6 update has just been released:
Bluebeam has just released an update for the 2018 version of Revu which brings it to 2018.6
Bluebeam has responded to customer feedback to make a more stable and streamlined experience for users.
Get the update here: All Revu updates.
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The full list of fixes are:
- Error message was not displayed when attempting to use the Revu full installation package instead of the patch installation package.
- Updating to a newer version of Revu using the patching installation package would hang or take longer than expected in some circumstances.
- Changing profiles resulted in removing tools from “My Tools” tool set.
- An object reference exception error was intermittently displayed when closing Revu.
- Multiple pop-up messages displayed when using the Bluebeam PDF printer if the BBprint.log was deleted while the BBprint.exe was stilling running.
- A “Signature Invalid, Document Altered” message displayed when signing documents using IdenTrust Global Common (IGC) certificate.
- Compatibility issues with some smart card readers caused digital signatures to fail to complete.
- Compatibility issues with digital certificates intended for signing and securing emails with S/MIME encryption.
- Error displayed when applying third-party digital signatures with custom appearances containing a graphic file.
- Already rendered content would flicker when starting to draw a markup, then panning the document to a new region of the page and adjusting the markup shape before it’s placed (via small mouse movements and mouse clicks).
- Using tab button to commit rotation change for some markup tools caused Revu to crash.
- Switching or closing the Properties panel before committing change to property value caused Revu to crash.
- An increase in memory consumption could slow down Revu in specific scenarios when closing a document, un-splitting or switching views, or when leaving Revu open for an extended period.
- Adding count measurements to a document in a Studio Session and then undoing the count and clicking “leave session” caused Revu to freeze.
- Using “close all” tabs function caused Revu to intermittently crash.
- Inserting pages with hyperlinks prevented some documents from being reopened or used for other processes.