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ActCAD 2022 Update 1310 Released Dt.:21-Apr-2022

ActCAD announces the release of its new version 1310 for ActCAD 2022 Professional, Standard and Prime Versions.

This is a general maintenance release of 2022 version. Below is a list of improvements:

  • Fixed some issues with -LAYOUT command
  • Fixed print style modification issues
  • Fixed some issuew with TEXTALIGN command
  • Fixed file save location issue in PUBLISH command
  • Fixed hang or crash issues of ActCAD in case of icad.fmp errors
  • Fixed INTersection snap not working well between CIRCLE and LINE
  • Fixed unexpected messages about font substitutions on MText editing
  • Improved page setup options in PUBLISH dialog
  • Fixed publish to PDF generates duplicates for selected sheets
  • Fixed page setup selection approach in PUBLISH command to avoid crashes
  • Added povision to include Model or Layout in PUBLISH command
  • Fixed BigFont display issues
  • Fixed arc trimming issue by a line
  • Added ENTPROP command in the UI
  • Fixed activation/deactivation error of Undo and Redo icons
  • Improved IntelliConvert tool to support addtional dgn models (.cel, .dgnlib)
  • Fixed intersection error with XLINE
  • Fixed DWF to PDF to have option to open converted PDF
  • Fixed certain issues in SCALE command to match with otherCAD
  • Fixed manual option in DIMBREAK command
  • Fixed some fonts not found issue in ActCAD Explorer
  • Fixed Start Page news display delay issue
  • Fixed selection sequence issue in LISP functions
  • Fixed error message issue on cancel when TEXTED variable set to 3
  • Fixed DWG to PDF file from unsaved drawing has an empty name
  • Fixed HPORIGINMODE=5 does not automatically set origin correctly
  • Fixed Open explorer window leads to terrible pan performance
  • Fixed Column width value not saved in TABLE command
  • Fixed PUBLISH command PDF output that do not match with print settings
  • Fixed mouse wheel causes zooming when command line in Text Window is focused
  • Fixed real Time Orbit and show scroll bars

The new versions are available from ActCAD download page. Existing users can use Check for updates command to get the latest version.

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