What’s new in Revu 11.5?

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Here is what’s new in Revu 11.5 (Release on August 2, 2013)

Camera Tool

Add image annotations to PDFs directly from the field using your tablet PC’s built-in camera hardware.

Touch and Pen Input

Enable Windows 8 tablets to pan and zoom with your fingers while making annotations with your stylus.


Automatically preserve all relative hyperlinks when combining and separating linked PDFs.

Studio Projects and Sessions Improvements

  • View the revision history of Project files and restore any previous version of a document.
  • Full Control permission now includes all Project Host capabilities, including the power to delete a Project.
  • Search for local (synced) Project documents by filename on the Search tab.
  • Remove Sessions or Projects from your Attended list by simply right-clicking and selecting Remove From List.
  • Hover over a checked-out Project file to display the ID of the user who checked out the file.
  • See real-time progress updates when finalizing a Studio Session, with improved error handling.

Digital Signatures Improvements

  • Multiple signatures can now be collected on a single document without the need for certification.
  • Adobe Acrobat signature interoperability has been improved.
  • Digital Certificates now show as valid when using Acrobat when multiple signatures are placed on a PDF after they are certified.

Additional Fixes and Improvements

  • Addressed issue with Microsoft® Excel® hyperlinks not being transferred correctly when creating PDFs.
  • Resolved issue with PDFs created using the Microsoft Word plugin not including correct page breaks.
  • Pen and Highlighter tools have been improved for use with Windows Surface Pro running Windows 8.
  • Addressed issue with 3D PDFs printing to PDF.
  • Fixed issue involving vector snapshots pasting as black rectangles
  • Resolved issue with some lines, shaded areas and hatch patterns would not render correctly when zooming in and out of PDFs.
  • Improved Optical Character Recognition (OCR) in Revu Extreme when using virtual environments.

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