Thanks, Zolko for answer!
As I understood FC development must be changed inside the kernel to be able to recognize Cyrillic letters? Are there any plans to do some changes in that?
I'll try to explain my intentions for future..)):
If we could make some library of parts (with preparations for ASSEM 4) - this could be useful to name the part's files in native language (not only Russian). We could make some classifications/folders/sub-folders in native language and use the parts/sub-assemblies in the ASSEM 4 projects without relabeling/renaming stuff// What do you think about such workflow? May be there's some better to organize the process? What could you advise: how to use you cool tool most effective way in that meaning?
An ideal process in my head is looking like:
1. to build a part
2. to make a library of parts
3. to build assembly
4. to add assemblies to the library an use them as sub-assemblies
5. to make tech drawings
6. to make BOM (like the "Fasteners" workbench has or like A2+ has)
About BOM I've read your conversation with WayofWood user. By the way, @WayofWood - thank you for your efforts!! (cool tutorials about A2+min youtube:)).
I see the BOM process like this:
1. to make some attribute of part with some parameter, which can be included in the BOM table
2. to make an assembly, using parts with prepared attribute
3. to make a spreadsheet BOM using selected assembly
4. to make a tech draw with numbering of parts as spreadsheet BOM has
I can understand it's easy to say, but it's just my thoughts.