Tech Roundup: Fifth Service Pack for Vectorworks 2014, and Videos on Standard Naming and Lit Fog

Posted by Julie McClure on 12/16/14 11:51 AM  |  1 min read time

We released Vectorworks 2015 back in September, but if you're still using the Vectorworks 2014 product line, you can now get our fifth Service Pack, which features improvements and updates in the following areas:

  • DXF/DWG file import and export
  • Increased compatibility with Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10)
  • Fixed Callout tool maximum text width

This Service Pack is available for all non-localized English language licenses as a downloadable updater. To install the Service Pack, please click here or go to the About Vectorworks 2014 dialog box in the Vectorworks menu (Mac users) or Help menu (Windows users) and click Check for Updates.

Once you're caught up, treat yourself to some free training by watching a few video tutorials on our YouTube channel. First, Vectorworks Architect and Landmark users can learn how to create a standard naming system for organizational elements in a document.


Then, learn about the Lit Fog effect in Renderworks that gives your renderings a more realistic look and makes light seem to pass through fog or smoke.


If you have any technical questions, please contact us at or @VectorworksHelp on Twitter. We also encourage you to subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Topics: DXF/DWG, Education, Mac OS X Yosemite, Planet Vectorworks, Renderworks, Service Pack, Vectorworks Architect, Callout tool, Community, Landmark, Landscape, standard naming, Vectorworks 2014, vectorworks 2015

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