Release notes for v0.19

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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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I agree. Using this thread to post updates seems to make for a nice way to manage things.
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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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Joel_graff wrote: Wed Aug 07, 2019 8:19 pm I agree. Using this thread to post updates seems to make for a nice way to manage things.
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This for sure is going to make the next release easier. Thank you for the effort :D
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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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This could go somewhere in the Core/Assembly section, being one of the highlights of FreeCAD 0.19 release. App::Link functionality made its debut in FreeCAD 0.19 development cycle, further extending the foundation for FreeCAD assembly capabilities. Link feature represents a lightweight representation of the linked feature, created from inside an active document or from an external document.

This is more of a developers oriented functionality. In addition to Python now C++ features support dynamic properties.

https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=37757
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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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Welding symbols support in drawings (TechDraw):

https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=38762
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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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I discovered a new Feature that is really cool, but could not find anything about this when searching the forum and in the release notes.

When you hover the mouse over an item in the TreeView it is preselected and you can see a blue ghost of it even if the object is not visible in the 3D View.

This blue thingy is the wall that is placed somwhere inside the house. Pretty cool :)
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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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furti wrote: Fri Aug 23, 2019 4:38 pm ...
Realthunder awesomeness. Too bad it can't react to a hovering finger (I use FreeCAD via touchscreen alsmost exclusively).
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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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Also a new thing: dynamic properties, addable through property editor.
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DeepSOIC wrote: Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:34 pm addable through property editor.
Oh great, I hadn't seen that yet
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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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hi
Also a new thing: dynamic properties, addable through property editor.
good addition (again one macro become useless)

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Re: Release notes for v0.19

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mario52 wrote: Mon Aug 26, 2019 8:35 pm (again one macro become useless)
Not only that. RT made it possible on pure C++ objects: all objects have dynamic property support.
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