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Autodesk ReCap 1.4.1.7 Hotfix Release Note

Mitko Vidanovski
October 31, 2014

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Hello folks,

New ReCap update is out there. This release note contains the latest information regarding the installation and use of this hotfix that applies to Autodesk ReCap 2015 (version: 1.4.0.132).

 

Issues Resolved by This Hotfix

This hotfix fixes the following bugs in ReCap:

·        Fix issue with large coordinate Topcon projects

·        Fix issue with incorrect point size after some navigation operations

·        Fix exception upon first launch with large-coordinate, unstructured data formats

·        Fix for ‘Clear Survey Data’ operation

·        Fix issue where the ‘survey’ status of a target could not be changed once set

·        Fix issue where, in some cases, registration results could incorrect for new scans after reloading a project

·        Small changes to Registration reporting to disambiguate results between normal and target-enhanced modes

 

Installation Instruction

You must have administrative privileges on your Microsoft® Windows® operating system to complete the installation process.

·        Make sure that all your Autodesk applications are closed.

·        Make sure that you have upgraded your ReCap version to 1.4.0.132 before installing this hotfix.

·        Download the Hotfix to your desktop.

·        Double-click on the downloaded hotfix file. This will launch the tool and automatically update Autodesk ReCap on your machine.

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Mitko Vidanovski

Mitko Vidanovski is an author and manager of the Autodesk ReCap blog. A Master's Degree Architect who joined the Reality Solutions Team in 2012 helping Autodesk lift two new innovative products on the market ReCap and ReMake. He is responsible for leading the online community efforts, developing product analysis, and making pilot tests of new technologies involving 3D laser scanning and photogrammetry. Previous to Autodesk, Mitko worked in progressive environments such as Otherlab and Because We Can, where he gained experience in various fabrication technologies, such as 3D printing, laser cutting and CNC milling.

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