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ProgeCAD 2006 – What’s new in ProgeCAD

October 24th, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

Create rendered images

ProgeCAD uses new and enhanced rendering features to create higher-quality and more photo-realistic images of models.
ProgeCAD include the new rendering solution with a complete set of materials, backgrounds, lighting options, and render settings.

Utilize performance enhancements

Many ProgeCAD features include increased performance. The following table describes the main enhancements and estimated performance increases.

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Assign print style tables

The following printing features have greatly enhanced flexibility and control over the printing process:

• Previously you could use the PenMap/Width mapping to associate colors with specific pen widths on your printer. New print style tables allow you to still specify color-based settings, but also allow you to specify pen widths, linetypes, and lineweight regardless of color.
• Print style tables (.ctb and .stb files) are stored in files; you can share the files across multiple drawing files or with other users.

Print style tables affect numerous existing features, including: New Drawing and New Drawing Wizard; Properties and Entity Properties toolbar; Change; ProgeCAD Explorer (Layers); Drawing Settings > Entity Creation tab; Status bar; Options > Paths/Files tab; Options > Printing tab; and Print > Advanced tab.
There are also several new commands for print style tables: Print Style (printstyle), Print Styles Manager (stylesmanager), Convert Drawing Print Style Tables (convertpstyles), and Convert CTB Print Style Table (convertctb).




Originally posted by ProgeSOFT from Learning IntelliCAD

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