Blog : CAD L2 (Medium)

20
APR.20
Shapefiles (SHP) Multi-class export

Shapefiles (SHP), despite being a standard in GIS, are files with a simple structure that do not support different types of graphic objects in a single file. This requires multiple export processes when you want to export Points, Lines, Polygons,... more


16
APR.20
Capture and import Google Earth images (.geprint)

Google Earth allows you to save any image of the maps that are shown on the screen considering which are the active Places and Layers along with a configuration file (.geprint) that stores the Map options but also the Map... more


16
MAR.20
Exporting 3D to Google Earth (KML, KMZ)

Although you can find several examples in this Blog where you can see how to export 3D objects to Google Earth basing their altitudes on an attached data or on their constant Z elevation, you can also export native 3D... more


09
MAR.20
New native WFS data provider

Although since the first versions of ‘Spatial Manager’ has been possible to access WFS (Web Feature Service) servers, until now this has been done through two data providers based on FDO and OGR. Recently, a native WFS data provider has... more


24
FEB.20
Area filter when 'Importing all'

The ‘Import-all’ tool that you can find in the CAD versions of ‘Spatial Manager’ (AutoCAD, BricsCAD and ZWCAD), allows you to automate the process of batch importing into a drawing from a wide range of data sources. This tool is... more


17
FEB.20
Labeling objects while importing: New options...

Inside one of the main ‘Spatial Manager’ functionalities, the ability to import features from tens of cartographic and GIS file formats and databases into your drawings (AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD), you can find the option to label the objects as... more