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Trueview 2014 with touch screens

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02-22-2014 06:13 AM

Hi everybody,:smileyvery-happy:

 

does trueview 2014 work with touch screens?

I mean, i don't need to modify the design, but just have to look at it, quikly using my fingers.

 

cheers,

francesco

 

 

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Re: Trueview 2014 with touch screens

02-22-2014 08:01 AM in reply to: Faver89
Try it and find out since it's not listed as a feature or an ability or a requirement.
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Re: Trueview 2014 with touch screens

02-23-2014 11:35 PM in reply to: Faver89

 

Hi!,

 

thanks for the info,

 

anyway, do you know if there is something that works for me ?

in the specific, i want my workers to consult designs directly from a touchscreen computer in the production division.

On the computer is running win7.

I thought: since in apps like autocad for tablets is implemented the same thing i want (i mean multitouch zoom, pan and so on), probably they have implemented it even on tochscrren applications for windows. The quesstion is: which one application?

 

thenks in advice!

cheers,

Francesco

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Re: Trueview 2014 with touch screens

02-28-2014 09:56 AM in reply to: Faver89
AutoCAD isn't designed for touchscreens, neither is the free viewer: I have a blog review about it for AutoCAD as do others all over the internet if you wish to research it.

YOu and your consultants might want to explore Autodesk's online offerings, Autodesk 360 and AutoCAD 360, much better suited for collabration.
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