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July 12, 2024

Eyeshot NuGet Packages: Legacy projects

In general, for legacy projects, it is necessary to rebuild the project after adding NuGet packages before accessing the designer, due to a known bug in Visual Studio (see here).This bug manifests in Eyeshot with an "Invalid Developer License" error…

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June 21, 2024

Modeling Practice Drawings 61

protected override void OnLoad(EventArgs e) { design1.Units = linearUnitsType.Millimeters; design1.Grid.Visible = false; design1.OriginSymbol.Visible = false; // create all regions devDept.Eyeshot.Entities.Region topCircle …

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June 13, 2024

Eyeshot 2024.2 released

Bologna, Italy — June 13, 2024. devDept Software S.r.l., leading provider of software development tools to the engineering industry, today announces the release of Eyeshot 2024.2, the CAD control for .NET Available on our private NuGet server: http:…

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June 11, 2024


Fixed HiddenLinesView with overlapping lines when KeepEntityLineWeight flag is true Added turntable, focal length and gradient background to all architectural code samples Improved Surface.IsValid() method Fixed VolumeMesher class for the same mate…

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