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This article is a general introduction to the features of AutoCAD software. The following AutoCAD reference guide provides more in-depth information on each feature.
NOTE: This article references features and sections of the AutoCAD 2020 Guide for Windows and AutoCAD for iOS app. AutoCAD 2020 does not yet have a web version.
Before You Get Started: AutoCAD basics
AutoCAD basics are important to understand if you’re starting out using the software. AutoCAD provides you with a toolset of basic functions that you can use to create, edit, and manage most common types of drawings. These include:
2D drafting, including line art and object selection
Creating 2D and 3D drawings
Drawing construction and assembly views
Managing files and versions
Editing text and labels
Designing and editing tables
Moving, copying, and pasting objects
Cutting and pasting objects
Rotating and resizing objects
Drawing block types, 3D objects, and annotative objects
Creating and modifying linetypes
Rendering 2D drawings
Saving and printing 2D drawings
Controlling drawing settings
AutoCAD 2017 or newer
AutoCAD 2017 and later versions were released as a web-based app.
AutoCAD 2017 or newer desktop and mobile apps are available. The web version will not be supported. AutoCAD web apps are cloud-based, which means that the software resides on an AutoCAD Server and you use a web browser to view and edit files. If you are familiar with the desktop application, you can import your AutoCAD drawings to the web app.
AutoCAD for iOS mobile app
AutoCAD mobile is an iOS-based app that displays and edits AutoCAD drawings. It allows you to view and edit drawings in the app, manage your drawings, and send files to an external web server. The app also supports AutoCAD Web App Tester. For more information on using AutoCAD mobile, see AutoCAD mobile and AutoCAD Web App Tester documentation.
The AutoCAD mobile app is available for both iOS and Android platforms. The desktop version of AutoCAD is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux. AutoCAD 2019 is a desktop app for Windows, macOS, and Linux. AutoCAD 2020 will be
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There are also AutoCAD TOS and PLM products, as well as third party databases, examples of which include GDB (property-based database)
AutoCAD software consists of two parts: the AutoCAD application, and the CADMAN, which is the part that interfaces to a system of external products.
AutoCAD 2017 released a new software called AutoCAD LT 2017. Although AutoCAD LT is still available for existing customers, it is not available to new customers. AutoCAD LT is a limited version of AutoCAD with an emphasis on streamlining user experience. However, some features of AutoCAD are still not available in AutoCAD LT (e.g., Revisions, feature lines, and sheet sets).
AutoCAD LT 2017
AutoCAD LT is designed to be easier and more efficient than its predecessors for users. It has also been optimized for small business environments with only 1 or 2 users. The interface has been redesigned to make navigating through the various parts of AutoCAD simpler and less of a learning curve, especially for new users. Users can also take advantage of training guides and tutorials as well as AutoCAD’s many training websites. AutoCAD LT can be used with the cloud-based cloud storage service Box.net.
AutoCAD LT 2017 is the software used by clients in the media for creating corporate architecture projects. At the GAD 2018 conference, Autodesk announced that it will update AutoCAD LT 2017 with cloud storage (in the cloud) in 2019 and will include Autodesk Revit functionality in that product in 2019.
AutoCAD LT 2017 is also intended to be used for a wide variety of tasks, ranging from creating architectural documentation, mechanical design and fabrication drawings, concept sketches, architectural models, and 3D videos.
AutoCAD LT 2017 is licensed on a subscription basis and the basic subscription is the same as AutoCAD LT.
List of CAD Software
List of CADDY Programs
AutoCAD LT 2017
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Open the folder where you have downloaded Autodesk Autocad.
Open the Autocad executable.
Enter a product key in the dialog box.
Press the button Generate.
How to license it
You can find the number of licents for each software in the autocad.ini file in the folder where you have download Autocad.
Getting different results between FastMM4 and MemoryManager
I’m experiencing some really odd behaviour with FastMM4 and MemoryManager2.
Here’s an example of the weirdness:
1) A lot of methods create an instance of a class, allocate some memory for that object and use a function to populate the class object.
2) If it’s a public method (ie, not a static) then it’s just a return of a variable (ie, no arguments) and the return is the new instance (ie, memory is allocated), but it’s only ever used once in the rest of the program.
3) But, if it’s a static function (ie, it’s meant to be called by the program), then it’s not allocated on the stack but instead in the heap.
4) And if it’s a static function, then the memory allocated by it is only freed when the program ends, not when the method returns, so the memory may be leaked.
This only seems to happen with static functions (ie, functions meant to be called directly by the program rather than by a class method).
There’s a gotcha when you use FastMM4, because if you don’t get the memory allocated and freed right, you’ll get a segfault.
The problem is: I can’t tell the difference between a method that’s a “once-only” and a “called by the program” method. It’s very hard to predict when a memory leak will occur. So the trick I’ve used to work around this is this:
-First time a static function is called, allocate a single object in the heap (or else there will be no memory available for it)
-Then return that instance to the caller, so that it can use the function as a singleton.
-When the static method is called again, it just reuses the object from step 2.
However, I’m getting some very strange behaviour where this only occurs if I use MemoryManager2, which makes me suspect that some other component is screwing with the memory
What’s New In?
Incorporate text, images, and other information directly into your drawings with new text and image editing commands. (video: 1:39 min.)
Save user-defined prompts for next time. Use user-defined prompts for more efficient work, such as displaying data on the screen or having a dialog appear when you save a drawing. (video: 1:27 min.)
Enhance drawing navigation with new icons in the Guided Navigation panel. (video: 1:29 min.)
Add 3D models to drawings to better show and move parts. (video: 1:33 min.)
Edit any individual part and generate related engineering drawings. (video: 1:28 min.)
Improved brush creation. You can now use parameters and object styles to more efficiently create brushes. (video: 1:46 min.)
A dynamic ribbon that automatically updates. The ribbon, which is also used for editing and navigating tools, displays tooltips and context-sensitive help to make it easier to access commands and objects. (video: 1:57 min.)
A new, easier-to-navigate Display tab in the ribbon. The new tab displays the tools you need, based on where you are in the drawing. (video: 1:45 min.)
Incorporate markups for better design review. Quickly add icons and text to your drawings to include notes and attachments. (video: 1:47 min.)
Import and incorporate reference designs. Select a graphic from a file with a predefined scale and orientation. Use that reference as a basis for your design, or use any of the scaling tools to adjust the reference to fit your drawing size. (video: 1:51 min.)
Provide multiple angles on your drawing to show 3D views. (video: 1:35 min.)
Expand and collapse the preview area of 3D objects. (video: 1:37 min.)
Improved menu commands. Choose the size and orientation of the ribbon to optimize your workflow. Change to a floating status to increase workspace visibility. And access many tool preferences. (video: 1:58 min.)
Bring back menus to design surfaces. (video: 1:54 min.)
Support for the AI drawing engine. With the new AI drawing engine, you can generate drawings quickly and accurately. (video: 1:53 min.)
I was able to get the game to work on a Windows 8.1 x64 Desktop. Although, I did have to change the Hard Drive from NTFS to FAT32.
The following system requirements were also met with the install:
– Windows 8.1 64 bit
– 2GB RAM
– 5 GB Hard Drive
– 1024 x 768 Resolution
– Dual Monitor Configuration
– DirectX 12 Compatible GPU
I recommend having a graphics card capable of running the game at a full 4