What’s New in DraftSight 2016 (Part 2): Custom User Interface

April 7, 2016
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the new features presented in DraftSight 2016.

With over 8 million downloads worldwide, DraftSight is a powerful, professional-grade 2D CAD product providing architects, engineers, and construction service providers (AEC), as well as professional CAD users with a robust and reliable design experience. Even students, educators and CAD hobbyists use DraftSight to create, edit and view their native DWG files.
You will find a user-friendly interface in DraftSight with no learning curve if you’re transitioning from other popular 2D CAD software tools. Whether you use DraftSight, DraftSight Professional or DraftSight Enterprise, you can start designing and documenting right away.

Custom User Interface – Boost your productivity

Create your own workspaces in addition to the ones we created for you.
 

At The drop down menu in the top left corner offers two work spaces; the first is the “Classic Default” workspace and the second is the ribbon based “Drafting and Annotation” work space. From the “Manage” tab, click on the “Interface” too for customizations. In this dialog box, choose “UI Profiles” to create your own custom work space.

The new DraftSight 2016 has many great improvements that are for ALL Free, Professional and Enterprise level users. The new enhancements improve user efficiency and productivity when creating a new project or editing an existing drawing. In addition, this new release has been improved for faster performance especially when zooming, regenerating and panning in the model. This video provides a quick overview of the new DraftSight 2016 features and commands in 4 major areas:
– User Interface
– Visibility & Selection
– Layer Management
– Annotation
DraftSight 2016 features faster performance, advanced customization and annotation capabilities to increase your productivity.


Download DraftSight 2016 today and see how you can be more successful in creating any kind of 2D drawing.

From SolidWorks.com Blog.