How to make Bluebeam Revu look like older versions
So you’ve upgraded to Bluebeam Revu Version 10 (or 11, 12, 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018) from an older version. Great. Now you can enjoy all the new features that the current version of Revu offers such as: Spaces, Links and Places, 3D Markups, Studio Projects with unlimited storage, custom line editor, and Microsoft Outlook Integration (to name a few).
Maybe you like the new look to the interface (we do), but maybe you don’t. And if you don’t, no worries, there is a nifty tool to force Revu into “Classic Mode”.
1. Select the Preferences Gear
2. Select Preferences
1. Select General
2. Select Classic
3. Select OK
That’s it! The Classic look for those who old-school style for Revu