LISCAD 2019 Major Upgrade
The English (UK) release of LISCAD 2019 includes new functionality for creating best fit profiles, locating isolated stringable points, improved subdivision quality assurance, and many other exciting enhancements.
We have added to LISCAD’s already comprehensive functionality with these additional new features and enhancements including;
- New Create Best Fit Long Section command to automatically create new best fit profiles by straight line, arc or parabola that best fit any part or whole of any existing long section.
- New Isolated Stringable Points report that reports on points that are not part of a line but have a feature code set to stringable in the code table. This report assists in locating points that should have been included in a line but were not.
- Enhanced Edit Attributes commands so that when editing point, line, polygon or text attributes by Group, the required group may be selected from a drop list which expands to show the group names in entirety.
- New File/Save command that can be used to save the changes at any time when "Optional Save" is selected.
- New PCPLANS export allows the export of lines and polygons with associated data to the South Australian Government PCPLANS format.
- Cross Section CAD Output has been enhanced to include coloured cross section end areas.
- Enhanced Local Rotations and Scale Factors so that local rotations and scale factors are now stored with their relevant project.
- CAD Output of the Legend enhanced so that legend objects are created according to the layer set for their code if the AutoCAD ByLayer or MicroStation ByLevel output option is selected.
- Enhanced Field Tranfer of Leica DBX so the coordinate system used for the DBX is now shown as a comment in the RAW (GSI) file, the Field (FLD) file and the Reduction Report.
- Polygon Area Check report enhanced so it can now be sorted by alpha or numeric order of the descriptions, as well as by area. The new numeric sorting is very useful in checking for sequence gaps when the descriptions are used as allotment numbers.