Today marks the first code release of 2019 for us. We’re very excited to showcase some of the exciting improvements we’ve made, primarily the new RsysConfig front-end dashboard and the designation tree functionality for AutoInterface.

RsysConfig
We’ve been working hard to deliver the new and improved dashboard for you. This is a big visual change and will allow much more data to be shown on the screen.
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In addition, we now have many more features that can be used to edit table data (similar to Excel) - you can now add the ability to select multiple rows in tables, cut/copy/paste rows in tables.
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We added functionality around archiving piping projects and specs, this will come in handy if/when your organization discontinues a project or spec and you no longer want it to show. Last but not least, this release will enable quicker RsysConfig dashboard load times, nearly 30% faster; meaning you will wait less time between clicks!

AutoInterface
Designation Tree functionality allows for the designations of assembly components at multiple sub-assembly levels. More information and a detailed how-to can be found here.