ZWCAD 2020 SP1 Just Released

Users can migrate their preferred settings for user interface, commands, graphics, plotting, and so on from earlier versions (ZWCAD 2018/ZWCAD 2019) to ZWCAD 2020 SP1.

Users can migrate their preferred settings for user interface, commands, graphics, plotting, and so on from earlier versions (ZWCAD 2018/ZWCAD 2019) to ZWCAD 2020 SP1.

ZWSOFT released ZWCAD 2020 SP1, which has plenty of new features and improvements, the company says.

In addition to the improved efficiency of the commonly used commands in ZWCAD 2020 Official, the two useful commands, hidden Shade Plotting and REFEDIT, perform 10 times and 200% faster, respectively, in ZWCAD 2020 SP1, the company reports. 

Users can migrate their preferred settings for user interface, commands, graphics, plotting, and so on from earlier versions (ZWCAD 2018/ZWCAD 2019) to ZWCAD 2020 SP1. Also, they can import or export settings of ZWCAD 2020, and reset to the default settings.

Blockbreak Enhancements

Blockbreak can help users conveniently insert blocks into entities. They can achieve different effects in two ways. By Wipeout, the entity will be covered but not broken by the block. By Break, it will be broken to save users the trouble of trimming. This new feature is said to be helpful for electrical and architectural design.

More Accurate PDF Plotting

Raster images, line weights and line colors can now be plotted more accurately to finer but smaller PDF files, accelerating the plotting process. In a PDF viewer, users can easily find, select and copy the texts in PDF files to quickly acquire the information needed.

Digital signatures can be attached to DWFx files now. Users can check their validity in batches. Once a DWFx file is digitally signed, it is protected from being copied and modified, ensuring its authenticity.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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