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Preview of next Workstation release

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Preview of next Workstation release
« on: October 05, 2009, 08:52:29 am »
Hello all,
Here are a few tidbits of what to expect with the next Huntron Workstation release as far as new features are concerned. Any comments or input is always welcome.

- The Teach Height window has been redesigned to be more "intuitive". A "Clear Component Up" button has also been added.
- The Scan List Editor can be accessed from the Tree/Sequence tab right-click row header menu. This used to be accessible only by starting a Sequence scan and clicking the Add/Edit List button.
- A Find function has been added to the Sequence Name, Component Name, Net name and Pin Name column right-click menu. VERY useful if you have alot of components or nets.
- You can rotate the CAD image in the Image pane.
- You can select to view the Troublesheet results in order of Pin difference (largest failed pin listed at the top) but keep the Range order by number (displayed by 1, 2, 3, etc..). This would make comparing individual pins on the same component easier since the displayed Ranges won't be sorted by difference.
- In the Signatures Pane/Signatures tab, the References will be marked in the list on the left with an asterisk (yea!!).

We hope to have this release available very soon. Stay tuned!
Thanks.

Curtis
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Re: Preview of next Workstation release
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2009, 08:18:47 am »
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Re: Preview of next Workstation release
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2009, 07:01:46 am »
This version is now available for download (4.1.3579). Right now we only have the full CD download (520Mb) posted but we hope to get a "patch" version posted today.
Thanks.

Curtis
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