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Released in 1989, AutoCAD LT (short for AutoCAD Level 1) is the first version to be released for the Apple Macintosh and IBM PC platforms, and the first version to be offered as a complete standalone application. AutoCAD LT came on a floppy disc and was bundled with a three-dimensional (3D) drawing program developed by Autodesk. Other software included in the bundle was a 2D graphics app called GRAPHICS, which was initially used for plotting a user’s drawing. AutoCAD LT was followed by the next major release in 1990, and on April 22, 1993, AutoCAD was released. The next major release, AutoCAD 2000, was released in 2000. In 2003, AutoCAD 2005 was released, introducing the “Drafting Web” component that allowed users to post their drawings to the web, while most users continued to use desktop AutoCAD as the basis for their drawings. AutoCAD 2007 was released in April 2007.
AutoCAD can be used for 2D drafting, but is primarily used for 3D modeling and 2D drafting. The interface has evolved over the years. Initially, the program was a “point and click” method of creating objects, where objects were drawn and then placed in the drawing area. In 1983, Autodesk introduced a “drag and drop” method, which was implemented in subsequent versions and remains the default mode for most of the functions in AutoCAD.
AutoCAD began as a large suite of applications, but as of 2009, it now consists of only one component, which is called AutoCAD LT. AutoCAD LT includes the full functionality of AutoCAD, but it is a smaller program that was specifically designed to run on computers with low- or mid-range computers, with the aim of running on a desktop computer with a processor speed of 25–40 MHz.
AutoCAD was released as a Macintosh and PC app in 1982. Macintosh users were referred to as Macintoshauts, and PC users were referred to as PCauts.
The following table lists the key features of AutoCAD:
The following table compares the key features of the major releases of AutoCAD:
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Appointment Manager is a software program, developed by Autodesk, for managing project assignments, and resources scheduling and collaborating on projects. It was introduced on July 16, 1998. With each version it included a variety of features, from project management to resource management.
MyDWG was a personal DWG database and a network data base that was available with AutoCAD LT 2008. It allowed users to store DWG files on their PCs, which made it possible to share the files with others.
MyLayers is a component of AutoCAD 2009. It is a component of AutoCAD’s DWG format that lets a user create custom layers in a DWG file.
MyPlot is a feature that allows data to be plotted on the screen using the use of a cursor. It can be used to plot geometry, 2D contours, 3D contours, and textures. It was first introduced in AutoCAD 2006.
Routing in AutoCAD is based on ArcGIS, a leading Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software company. The first version of AutoCAD to have routing was AutoCAD 2007. In AutoCAD 2010 the routing functionality was made better. With AutoCAD 2012 Routing was further improved.
The use of AutoCAD’s routing component has been explored in the creation of a hydraulic design framework. AutoCAD’s routing component was also used to prototype the design of the Cleveland Browns’ new stadium.
SketchUp is a 3D modeling and 2D floor planning software that runs on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. SketchUp is used for architectural, architectural-engineering, interior design, engineering design, product design, landscape architecture, and urban planning design. SketchUp is made up of two components, the modeling program and the web application. The web application allows users to upload digital 3D models that have been created in the modeling program and see a high-quality 2D representation of the 3D model.
SketchUp was released in 1998 and it was the first 3D software program that allowed the import of DWG files and design in a non-square environment.
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How to get the text of a QComboBox in a combo box model?
I have a dialog that has a tab widget and two combo boxes. The combo box values are added by other class. I want to make sure that when the user changes the values in the two combo boxes, it populates the text of the two combo boxes with the new values. How do I do that?
The code that I have now:
comboBoxes = 
for i in range(2):
for combo in comboBoxes:
I want to get something like this:
listOfText = [QtWidgets.QComboBox(text1, 2, “text1”),
QtWidgets.QComboBox(text2, 2, “text2”)]
If your comboboxes are inside a tabwidget, try this:
comboBoxes = 
for i in range(2):
for combo in comboBoxes:
comboBoxesTab = QtWidgets.QWidget()
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