As monitors get bigger and bigger for reasonable prices, more and more 40" displays can be found on a 4k resolution in the design departments. Running Creo Elements/Direct Modeling on such hardware is great, a lot of room for the designs. But the texts some how get unreadable and the only chance to change this, is on the operating system level to change the font size.
But this changes the entire UI. Would it not be a huge vale to have this independent e.g. the part browser with a kind of Zoom functionality, like in the view port with the mouse scroll wheel for the part browser, so that it becomes more interactive and the UI with an independent setting for the Icons and the Tooltips e.g.?
Or at least have more influence to set the font / font size for the UI, Tool tips and the part browser independent, some sort of the setting like in the Model Manager Preferences?
What's your opinion? Community, do you see a value?
Feedback is welcome!
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For small models (about 100 objects), the load of a CPU core remains under 100 percent and the graphics card is about 50 percent capacity.
The model can be rotated smoothly and you can navigate very well.
For larger models (assembly with 142020 subordinate objects); a CPU is fully utilized and the use of the graphics card falls to a maximum of 10 percent.
The model can not be rotated properly (delay of several seconds, strong jerking).
It seems that modeling doesn’t provide the graphic card with the necessary data fast enough for large models.
That With the latest hardware, CED can not retrieve the available power / capability from the new system.
This is of course a pity or an absurdity.
Here, there is an urgent need for action that the graphics engine of modeling is adapted to the modern HW / operating systems.
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PDF created with CoCreate Drafting/Annotation should contain real Texts which can be copied.
Texts could be searched/copied/highlighted from the Document.
Documents could be indexed by Adobe Catalog -> Full Text Search Engines can find Contents of Documents.
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Please include detailed documentation such as screenshots, images or video. 1. What version of the software are you running? 20.6 2. What is the problem? In Annotation, drawings can greated with the multi-language drawings module, in several languages. With the multi-language drawings module, the production data (PDF) is created with the set language by the user. So it can NOT be guaranteed in which language the production documents are available. 3. Are you using a workaround? If yes, please describe it. We use a language module from MAIT, which was programmed for us. The language change takes place in the TaskAgent with the Drafting. 4. What is the use case for your organization? Describe how your idea would work in context or how it would apply to a practical situation. - The use of the language module makes sense if there are several development and production sites. - One development site can create the document in its local language. - Other development sites can switch to their local language. - In production, however, several languages are needed. - With the language module the production data (PDF) is created with the set language by the user. So it can NOT be guaranteed in which language the production documents are available. - The language module is a great solution from my point of view, but does NOT cover the end-to-end process. - Unfortunately this makes the new language module unusable! - In the TaskAgent it should be possible to select which primary and secondary language should be output. 5. What impact does this problem currently have on your organization? (Number of users affected, hours of lost productivity, etc.) With the Multi language module the production data (PDF) is created with the set language by the user. So it can NOT be guaranteed in which language the production documents are available. It is not possible to change from the customized MAIT module to the multi-language drawings module.
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