A.2.64 4D CAD 1.0.1
On Macintosh, CAD 1.0.1 no longer links Apple’s PowerMathLib as an alternative for MathLib.
PowerMathLib turns out to be inaccurate in edge case conditions
On Windows, symbolic fonts like Windings and Marlett didn’t show up. This has been fixed.
On Windows 95 and 98, black-and-white raster images disappeared when zoomed out. The cause
is a bug in Windows 95 and 98 that has been worked around.
Drawing new polylines would sometimes produce random vertices, especially when switching
between direct and XOR modes. This has been fixed.
New polylines could be reshaped at open grip handles while they were drawn. This unforeseen
feature has been disabled.
Drawing new polylines with a default line width > 0.0 had a strange side-effect at the
first mouse click: the mouse scrolled to coordinate (0.0, 0.0). This has been fixed.
The cause was an incorrect calculation of the bounds of polylines with a non-zero line
width and only one vertex.
Two fields for application use have been added to raster image objects:
theScanResolutionH and theScanResolutionV.
Warning. The parameter list of the following methods has changed:
Old resolution fields have been renamed: thePrintResolutionH and thePrintResolutionV.
is a new method that recalculates the matrix of a raster
image for a given horizontal and vertical printing resolution.
Note. The printing resolution of raster image objects changes with the area’s
printing scale and/or the area’s unit. The reference is 1:50, 72 dpi, mm.
The default for theDragOutlineFlag of