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ProgeCAD 2006 – What’s new in ProgeCAD

October 26th, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

Enhanced block insertion

Using ProgeCAD Explorer, you can insert blocks from any open drawing into another open drawing.

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Use entity snaps

The existing Intersection Snap has a new Extended option, which snaps to the logical location where two entities would intersect if they were of infinite length.
The new Apparent Intersection Snap tool snaps to the intersection of two entities that are not in the same plane but seem to intersect in the current view.
You can also use its Extended option, which snaps to the logical location where two entities would intersect if they were of infinite length. You can now snap to hatch patterns when using entity snaps:
  • Snap to the middle points and end points of hatch
     pattern lines.
  • Snap to the nearest point and perpendicular point on a
     hatch pattern line.
  • Snap to any intersection point or apparent intersection
     point where the pattern line intersects with other entities
     that are supported by entity snaps.

Double LINE

This allows the user to trace a continuous double line by using straight line segments and arcs. The line’s ends can be closed and the angles can be adjusted automatically. The width of the double line can be adjusted at any point. Either the beginning or the end of the line can be attached to an already existing object which can be broken at the intersection point with the double line. The “DOUBLE LINE” command greatly speeds up and simplifies drawing.




Originally posted by ProgeSOFT from Learning IntelliCAD

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