CADintosh X 8.4.4

CADintosh X 8.4.4

CADintosh is a 2D-CAD program for technical and architectural drawings.

Features include:
  • Interactive window redrawing (you can work in the same time of the window redrawing)
  • Number of elements limited by memory
  • Pen oriented mode: 8 line widths/line colors/pens
  • Individual mode: line width from 0.0 to 99.99 mm, pattern and colors
  • It has a lot of tools like lines, arcs, dimensions, splines, hatching etc.
  • Import and export HPGL, DXF, and PICT
  • 6 line types (solid, dash, dot-dash, phantom, zigzag, dotted)
  • 32000 groups
  • 1024 layer
  • Alternative units in inches or freely definable
  • Shareware version has a simple layer filter (easy to use)
  • Registered version has a additional extended layer filter (named filter sets, palette with name of filter)
  • Shareware version has internal symbols (number of symbols only limited by memory)
  • Registered version has additional external symbol libraries and more simple work with symbols
  • User preferences saved in the drawing
  • Runs native on MacOS X

What's New:

Version 8.4.4:
New features
  • Updated preferences dialog
  • Added preference to disable width check upon opening
  • Function for deletion of all elements outside selection
Updates features
  • Improved dimension DXF export with special characters
  • Improved pattern and material fill (display matches printing, optional factor and improved settings dialog)
Bug fixes
  • Fixed DXF export bug of text elements with line breaks
  • Fixed text size issue in textbox with unit inch
  • Fixed DXF export bug of visible elements with hatchings
  • Fixed preview icon creation issue
  • Fixed appearing color picker issue

Screenshots:

  • Title: CADintosh X 8.4.4
  • Developer: Thorsten Lemke
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor
  • Language: English, German, French, Spanish and others.
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 49.01 MB
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