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AutoVIEW 2d  Beta

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December 12, 1997 -- AutoVIEW 2d is now available for immediate download.. Anyone currently using Beta Releases prior to 2d  can download release 2d from our download page.

Features added since Beta 2c

Gauge Results Reporting to Microsoft Excel format
Project Auto Load
Project Auto Run
Encrypted Password Protection
45 Degree Angle Point Object
Edge Count Gauge
Parts Per Minute Counter
Point Projection Graphing
System and Version Information Dialog
Template Images can be saved disk
Template Images can be loaded from disk
Both Calibrated and Pixel Location is now dynamically displayed
An Error Log for tracking Run-time errors, which is accessed through the Projects Form

Issues addressed since Beta 2c

Channels can not be deleted once object have been assigned
Objects can not be deleted if their still contain dependent objects
Individual Project now contain all Calibration and Tracking data
Object that rely on input objects for calculations can not leave their properties editor until the inputs have been assigned
AutoVIEW now asks to save project prior to exiting
AutoVIEW's project format now save project data in an externally editable format   (Contact  Tech Support for more info).
Object links on projects created in versions prior to 2.0 do not need to be manually re-linked

Please note Beta Version prior to this release will no longer  be supported by Roslon Controls. However users of Version 1.0 and 1.1 can still obtain support, but our strongly encouraged to upgrade to Version 2.0.

Users of version prior to 2.0 can upgrade to 2.0 please contact our sales department sales@roslon.com for pricing

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