Following six months of feature development and feedback from a beta testing period, CAST Software has announced wysiwyg Release 37. This major update delivers many features to complement the R36, which introduced a major change to user interface with a new design, look and feel.
Release 37 includes new features and enhancements that improve the work flow of wysiwyg, and that deliver useful tools for everyday design needs in CAD, in Reports, in Shaded Views, in Rendering, and much more.
Dino Mazza, wysiwyg product manager, said: “As always, our team continues to build on our previous versions, delivering on our goal to build new tools that will help our users. We worked closely with our Beta users, who offer us feedback and assisted our development with input on feature designs and on identifying changes that will make a big difference to their user experience. It’s a great collaboration which produces even greater results each release."
Key features and improvements in Release 37 include:
To better organise work, a new Project option saves all associated files in a folder structure automatically for convenience, which can be exported as a zip file for easy sharing.
With Layer Groups, users can better organise files into associated layers, and edit their properties at the same time.
Fixture Symbol Fill
A new option to fill Fixture Symbol in your plots with the same colour as its layer or with a custom colour to better identify drawings and plots.
New Dimensions and Enhancements
To offer more Dimension options, CAST has introduced a list of new and improved options ranging from Continue and Baseline dimensions, a new Angle Dimension and Tool, and numerous new options for Linear Dimensions.
I-Mag Camera Feature
Users now have a new video source option; connect any drawn camera to a screen, LED video wall and more, and use it as a live camera within the virtual world.
Dynamic Camera and Camera Path Control via DMX
This feature enables DMX control of switching between Cameras and Camera Paths, when in LIVE mode.
R37 Library Additions
Over 200 new fixtures are added to the library.