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Onderwerp: Autodesk Inventor 2019.1
Autodesk Inventor 2019.1 4 maanden 1 week geleden #1740
The preview for Insert, Change, Reuse, and Change/Reuse is changed from wireframe to a shaded preview.
Sketch visibility for Change and Change/Reuse
The skeleton sketch edges are visible when you use the Change and Change/Reuse edit commands.
Change member selection
Previously, window selection was not available when you used the Change command. Window selection is now enabled, and you can select multiple members at the same time using the Multi-Select option.
You can now preview the following operations before committing the change:
You can now copy information from existing frame members when you use the Insert and Change member commands. Select the eye dropper in the dialog to enable copy properties and then select a member. You can choose to copy Only Frame Member information, Only Orientation, or both.
Content Center Editor Toolbar Modernized
The toolbar in the Content Center Editor was refreshed to improve icon contrast and at-a-glance legibility.
Content Center Performance and Productivity Improvements
Support for iLogic Logging and Rule TracingiLogic now provides a type of PRINT statement that can be used in rules. This new functionality, called iLogic Logging, uses new iLogic functions to send log messages to a new Inventor panel and also to a log file. In addition, there's a new automatic rule tracing mechanism. Rule tracing helps you to visualize when and why a rule is run.
To generate iLogic logs:
Managing Log Messages in the iLogic Log Panel
The active log level controls which logging statements are actually logged. Start by setting the log level to Debug and including logger.debug("message") statements into your rules. Once you've finished debugging and you no longer need the Debug messages, then change the active log level to Info or to another level lower in the list. You don’t need to remove the logger.Debug statements from your rules. Subsequently, only Info, Warn, Error or Fatal messages will appear. This same behavior applies to all log levels. For example, if you change the level to Info, and the log panel is getting cluttered with Info messages, change the log level to Warn. The Info messages will stop appearing, and only the Warn, Error, Fatal messages will display. Setting the active log level allows you to display only the types of messages you need.
Rule-tracing is a new iLogic feature that helps you to visualize when and why a rule is run. Rule Tracing automatically logs messages when a rule is entered and when it is exited, as well as what triggers the rule to run. Simply set the active log level to Trace to see these messages. Set the active log level back to turn them off.
Tip: Use logger.Debug statements, for normal debugging. Only use logger.Trace statements when you need very detailed debugging information. Rule tracing behavior is very detailed and the output can look daunting. Only use Trace level when you need Trace level of detail.
Collaboration3D annotations are now shown in Shared Views and Fusion Team viewer.
SolidWorks mesh data can now be imported. In the dialog Object Filters section, check the Meshes option to include meshes from the selected file. For information about working with mesh data, see About Working with Mesh Geometry .
Support for STEP and PMI Data
You can now import graphical PMI data from a STEP 242 file by checking the Graphical PMI option.
Support for STEP Transparency
STEP transparency is now supported. Components set as transparent continue to remain transparent when saved as a STEP file, and components set as transparent in a STEP file continue to remain transparent when imported.
Performance has been improved when importing non-native Inventor CAD files and is most notable when importing files that have a complex assembly structure.
Highlight New for Ribbon based commands
When you turn on Highlight New, off by default, colored badges highlight the new or updated commands. This makes it easier for you to quickly explore new or updated commands you use in your workflows.
How can you use this feature? Imagine you were using an earlier version, for example 2018.2, and are moving to 2019. You select 2018 from the list and all new or updated commands after 2018.2 display a badge. That would be 2018.3, 2019, and 2019.1.
Additionally, when you use F1 to get to a Help page, where applicable, at the top of the page you will see links to the What's New topic explaining the change to the feature or command.
For more information see: To Work with New-Updated Badges
Value Fields Display Parameter Names in Tooltips
Value fields now display the parameter name in the tooltip. When you pause the cursor over the parameter name displays with the value.
Here are some examples comparing prior releases (left image) with 2019.1 (right image):
Model Section ViewsWhen you install Inventor you have the chance to Opt in to a data collection activity. Based on your Inventor usage data, the Half Section View is used most often in Parts and Assembly models. Therefore, with this update, the Section View command will default to Half Section for the first use in an Inventor session. Thank you for helping us get to the right setting for this tool. The Section View command can be accessed from both the View and Annotate tabs in part and assembly documents.
Property Panel Improvements
You can edit the Feature and Sketch names from within the property panel. Click the breadcrumb text you want to edit to activate it. Click again to enter edit mode and modify the text. Press Enter to complete the change. The browser node name is updated when you click OK to complete the hole.
Presets now store tolerance information for the value fields. You can access the Tolerance dialog from the field flyout menu. To revert to no tolerance value, set the Tolerance Type to Default and save the preset. When a value has a tolerance, the value edit control displays a colored background under the flyout arrow and on the flyout menu.
For more information, see About Property Panels
The Hole command has new entries in the Panel menu:
For the Hole command, when a value is invalid, for example, the specified thread length is larger than hole depth, the value color turns red and the tooltip reports the value is invalid when you're entering the value. This allows you to immediately correct the value or locate another value that needs editing for this one to become valid. When a value is valid, the value color is black.
For more information, see To Create Holes
Help Content UpdatesThe following pages have been updated based on feedback provided through the "Was this helpful?" feature found on each topic page.
__Bron: 'What's New for Inventor 2019.1' op de Autodesk Knowledge Network.
Zie voor de update 2019.1 de 'What's New' van Autodesk voor meer informatie:
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