BricsCad Pro v12.1.8 Portable | 102 MB
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Version 12.1.7 - 26/11/2011
Version 12.1.7 is the same as 12.1.6, with corrected status: Release instead of Beta.
Version 12.1.8 - 05/12/2011
XLOADPATH system variable has been enabled. It defines the path to be used when looking up reference drawings.
SR32528 - REDSDKINFO command has been added to provide Redway (rendering) related diagnostics. The command displays information about local GPUs, current/recommended GPU drivers, the value of the RenderUsingHardware setting, and whether Aero is On. It also recommends a driver if needed.
SR19253, SR20546 - TOOLBARS: a flyout defined in another cui file was not displayed correctly if UseOwnIcon=false" (icon not drawn)
SR30971 - POLYGON: UCS elevation was only applied during dynamic display, but not to the eventually created polygon.
SR31003, SR32447 - 2D CONSTRAINTS: the Point & Line option of the DcAligned command created a Rotated Dimension instead of a constraint.
SR31848 - EXTRUDE: polyline extrusion resulted in deleted polyline.
SR31927 - 2D CONSTRAINTS: loading a user-provided drawing failed because it contained a corrupt constraint definition. This is now handled gracefully.
SR32077 - DCCONVERT and DIMCONSTRAINT: the commands behave distinctly now.
SR32188 - DIMTAD: added missing option for DIMTAD (value 4 =Below") to DIMTAD combobox in Drawing Explorer and Properties Bar.
SR32217, SR32487 - FIELDS: it was not possible to save a drawing after inserting a field in an attribute via the EATTEDIT dialog.
SR32333 - DIMTEDIT: corrected dimension text positioning for horizontal dimension with DIMTMOVE==1.
SR32467 - DIMSTYLE: fixed unexpected error on dimstyle edit for DIMADEC value -1. This value is no longer supported.
SR32486 - 2D CONSTRAINTS: dchorizontal constraint could not be modified in user-provided drawing.
SR32539 - Display of text using textstyles with bigfonts: Unicode characters should not be used in main font, if they are present in bigfont; only MBCS should be looked up in main font.
SR32636 - MATERIAL EXPLORER: crash occurred upon renaming a material (regression introduced in V12.1.7).
LISP SDS BRX: fixed grText() functionality - statusbar info text for "Info" field (id -1) is now maintained, until removed (by setting as empty text) or calling (grText -5).
SR32407 - Lisp : added 2 new VL Lisp functions :
(vl-showPromptMenu optionsString) - opens the PromptMenu with provided options string, can be same string as in (initget)
(vl-hidePromptMenu) hides the PromptMenu. If not present, this function does nothing
The PromptMenu is shown in "modeless" mode - thus (vl-showPromptMenu) does not wait for user interaction, therefore, Lisp code should call (vl-hidePromptMenu) to remove the menu, if still present. Both functions are intended to assist (gread) function, to be used with care.