Open License Improvement
What is the Open License improvement and how does it work?
In Revu 20,0.20, an idle state to the Open License seat release process. The idle state will release a seat of Revu when a user has locked their computer or the computer auto-locks, allowing more seats of Revu to be available for other users at a customer’s organization.
What is the idle state?
The idle state happens when a user’s Window’s session goes into a locked state. This can occur when a user locks their computer or the computer auto-locks. To learn more, check out the Admin Guide on the Bluebeam website.
Will a user be able to continue working in Revu after they lock their computer and their seat is released?
Yes, the new idle state will not interrupt a user’s work in Revu. If a user wants to continue using Revu, they will be able to access a new seat of Revu, even after their limit of seats has been reached. The additional seat count will be reflected in the Gateway. For more information, please check out the Admin Guide on the Bluebeam website.
Is the improvement available with all Revu versions?
This Open License (OL) improvement is only available to customers who install Revu 20.0.20. Previous Revu versions do not support this improvement. OL users are able to upgrade to the latest version of Revu for free.
Improved Revu’s startup performance
Fixed an issue causing Revu 20 to crash when users attempted to autosize a Text Box markup created with an older version of Revu.
Fixed a scrolling issue in the Markups list..
Corrected some installation issues, including updates from the In-App Updater overwriting pre-existing parameters and unexpected reboots.
Other bug fixes across all parts of Revu.
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