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ODA Releases Teigha 4.3.1 for Engineering Applications

ODA Releases Teigha 4.3.1 for Engineering Applications
0 comments, 28/08/2017, by , in News

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, USA, Aug 28, 2017 – Open Design Alliance (ODA) announced the release of version 4.3.1 of Teigha, its development platform for engineering applications. Teigha 4.3.1 contains production support for version 2018 .dwg files, including architectural, civil and mechanical custom objects.

 

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“In addition to 2018 support, Teigha 4.3.1 also adds support for digital signatures in .dwg, which provide a secure method for ensuring that files have not been modified,” commented Neil Peterson, ODA President. Sergey Vishnevetsky, ODA Development Director, said, “Teigha 4.3.1 includes new support for tables in .dgn as well as improvements to PDF export. New graphics system overlays support fast redraw of dynamic graphics such as cursors, trackers, and grip/snap points, important for the performance of Teigha-based editing applications. The release also contains numerous other improvements, as well as fixes for several hundred member issues.”

Teigha 4.3.1 is available for download by ODA members at www.opendesign.com. Additional details about the release will be presented at the upcoming Teigha Developer Conference on September 11th & 12th in Prague, Czech Republic.

About Teigha

Teigha is a development platform that provides tools to create a rich variety of engineering applications. These include data access and editing, automation, visualization and markup, and full-scale CAD systems. Teigha supports the use of .dwg, .dgn, .rvt/.rfa and .pdf files, as well as the import and export of many other formats. It runs on all major desktop, server and mobile platforms, and is available for C++, .NET and Java developers. Teigha is developed by the Open Design Alliance. For more information, visit www.opendesign.com.

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