There’s been quite a bit going on around SketchUp HQ lately, what with the Trimble thing and the launch of our exciting new SketchUp Showcase and all. But Tyler and the rest of the Engineering gang haven’t just been sitting on their hands, either. Today, they’ve got a fresh new SketchUp maintenance build for you as well. Nothing major, but there’s some good stuff in it.
As usual, you can read all the details here, but for those who just care about the highlights:
- We’ve fixed some more crashes folks reported in Ruby Observers.
- Those of you with many Ruby extensions installed should no longer suffer from greyed-out menu items.
- SketchUp Pro network licenses on Windows now allow multiple instances to run on the same machine at one time.
- …and the usual collection of performance improvements, security updates and bug fixes.
SketchUp will notify you the next time it checks for an update, but if you just can’t wait, download a fresh install right now.
Nearly 3 months ago we announced a preview of the Google Apps Marketplace billing feature. Based on feedback we’ve received over this time from trusted testers and other early adopters, we are closing the preview for new developers and will launch a significant update later this year.
For the next version, we’re working on making the billing features both easier to integrate with and easier for customers to use. Additional changes will enable us to innovate faster with expanded country support, payment options, and other exciting features due later on. Version 2 of the licensing API will continue to be supported throughout these changes.
Developers using the preview implementation can continue to do so until the new version is available and customers are transitioned. Those just getting started with the Marketplace are encouraged to use their own payment solution until the new version is available.
Please let us know if you have any questions by posting in the Google Apps Marketplace API forum.