Hi again, My company has really got behind using design review software and including them into web pages, BUT the fact you can't select hyperlinks when using freewheel to jump from sheet to sheet without scrolling through the drop-down list or opening link to say other web pages is really disappointing.
We have a number of clients that like the system without having to downloading and install the software, hyperlinks are holding back the progress and up take of this type of system. Iam been forced by my boss's to look into other manufactures software that can enable hyperlinks on a web based system. This would be a shame.
Is AutoDesk going to look into this or do you have an other system that can be viewed on a website?
At this time we are not actively making changes to the Project Freewheel technology preview. AutoCAD WS is our collaboration system based around DWG. We may come back to Project Freewheel in the future.
One thing AutoCAD WS does not do well is dynamically point to a URL where the DWG (or DWF) is hosted. If I have a dynmaically created DWF (from MapGuide), I was able to use FREEWHEEL to view that DWF on Macs and Safari etc.
Now I always wanted Markup in Freewheel.
AutoCAD WS has markups but no dynamicly rendered DWG or DWF capability like FREEWHEEL did. It's a big hole. Hyperlinks are also key.
http://freewheel.labs.autodesk.com has markups if you start a sharing/collaboration session.
Thanks, I found the markup. I just have to figure out how to dynamically post the URL to the site and enable redline.
Now, if only it supported hyperlinks like AutoCAD does...