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Origins & early history
AutoCAD Torrent Download's origins trace back to two different projects: the first was the Light Pen, a portable pen-based input system developed by Symbol Technologies (later acquired by Autodesk) in 1981. The Light Pen was capable of digitizing a pre-drawn image, and was aimed at CAD drafting applications. The second project was the SetPoint system, an early version of AutoCAD Torrent Download, developed in 1981 by an engineer named Chris Peterson at the University of California at Berkeley. Peterson's first full-time job was at the CIC Computer Corporation, where he worked on a graphics package for the CIC-10 computer. Peterson designed a digital version of an optical CAD system, which could be used at a CAD terminal to select and resize geometric shapes on-screen, rotate and tilt them, and then print the results. Peterson, along with Roger Purrington, a systems designer who was also at CIC, worked together at CIC until 1982, when Peterson left to work for Autodesk.
Autodesk decided to market the technology under the name Light Pen/SetPoint, and the company released the first version of the software in 1983. The name Autodesk comes from combining the last names of the company founders, Jim Autry and Dave Evans. Originally named Autodesk Inc., the company was renamed Autodesk in 1986. Early users of Light Pen/SetPoint included architectural firms who could store architectural plans on the CAD system, so they could be easily viewed in real-time on a personal computer. Early users also included the New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA), a subway authority that wanted to design better ways to carry out underground maintenance on the subway system. Light Pen/SetPoint was first commercially used for maintenance operations on the NYCTA's subway network. The NYCTA is still using the Light Pen/SetPoint technology today.
Before the Light Pen/SetPoint technology became widely used, many people turned to pen-based computing (also known as graphic tablet computing) to do CAD. Pen-based computing allowed the user to draw the image directly onto the graphics tablet instead of printing out a hard copy of the image. As pen-based computing became more popular in the early 1980s, Autodesk recognized the potential for Light Pen/SetPoint to become a commercially viable product. In 1982, Autodesk released Light Pen/SetPoint on the desktop, becoming the first commercially available graphics-based CAD system for
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Visual LISP is in no way related to the programming language LISP. It is very different, and the only thing that they share in common is that they are both based on an idea of a language called S-Lang.
You can download Visual LISP from Autodesk's web site, shown in Figure 4-1, to get more information on it and how to use it.
Figure 4-1. A free download of Visual LISP from Autodesk
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# Making a Plug-in
When you use Visual LISP to create a plug-in, you can create customizations that will be installed on a computer running AutoCAD. They will not be shared with other users. To create a plug-in, follow these steps:
1. **Open the Visual LISP template for the plug-in. It is located under the AutoCAD\External directory on your computer**.
This template provides a starting point, which you can edit as you like.
2. **Click the New Project icon at the top of the screen**.
A dialog box appears, listing all available templates.
3. **Click the New Project Template option**.
The New Project Template dialog box opens.
4. **Select Visual LISP Plug
2.2 Drawing Lines
When you create a line, a command prompt is displayed and the cursor moves to the first tool (Figures 2.1, 2.2).
The basic line command
The command options dialog box
When you finish creating a line, the prompt returns to the command line.
You can draw lines by clicking on the appropriate tool. The selection-based tools and Line To command are discussed in Chapter 7, "Viewing and Manipulating Objects." The DRAW TOOL command is covered in Chapter 9, "Geometric Construction."
What's New in the AutoCAD?
Markup assist can help make change requests less intimidating for new users. This feature makes it possible to edit drawings and markups while keeping the other user’s changes in sync. (video: 1:07 min.)
Drawings are now resizable, so users can take a more tailored approach to viewing and editing drawings. (video: 1:02 min.)
Drawing tables are viewable in Drafts. These new tables in Drafts are easy to create and edit, can contain annotations, and can be exported. (video: 1:12 min.)
Annotation placement in Drafts now supports columns and rows for top-down drawing views. This allows multiple views on the same drawing and makes it easier to get a first-class experience for your annotations. (video: 1:06 min.)
When printing, Drafts now detects whether you want a margin for printing or a tab to keep your paper flat. (video: 1:03 min.)
On design review, Drafts shows the parts of your drawing that have been reviewed. This makes it easier to see where your colleagues have looked. (video: 1:10 min.)
Drawings are now saveable to email and file from a single command, like Save As in the My menu. (video: 1:03 min.)
If your friend is using a version of AutoCAD before 2017, they can now use the default Welcome drawing from any drawing they open. (video: 1:03 min.)
You can now download the 2017 version of the Welcome drawing from the Help menu. (video: 1:05 min.)
Duplicating is easier than ever. Just draw a new drawing in the same drawing file and open the menu for the file, Draw, and then Copy. (video: 1:05 min.)
After you duplicate a drawing, you can place annotations in the new file. Add new content to the copy of the drawing at any time, then choose the action you want to take on that annotation, such as Move, Delete, or Add to drawing. (video: 1:13 min.)
Duplicating drawing layers is much easier than ever. After you have duplicated a drawing, you can move the new file to a different folder and choose a different drawing style. (video: 1:12 min.)
Windows® XP or later
Input resolution at 1280x720 or higher (i.e., 720p)
DVD playback software (Windows Vista® or later is supported)
DVD video files on the DVD media; Audio CD format files are not playable.
For Windows Vista® and later, the file system used on the DVD media must be FAT16 or FAT32.
Maximum CD-ROM drive speed: 4x CD-ROM drive speed (maximum, NOT recommended for sound quality)