Update Notes for this
14, 2018 at 8:00 AM PST
1. Under some circumstances, Square Foot Pricing on doors was not registering when the specific door was not considered. This has been resolved.
2. A new feature exists at the Drawers and Drawer Pulls category of the Cabinet Editor, within the blue & white table: Dwr Box Depth. This will allow you to change the drawer box depth of any drawer quicker and more efficiently than before. The results immediately affect pricing, cutlists, and CNC machining.
3. Face Frame Beading has been improved upon. If the Face Frame Bead box is checked, then explanations of specific behavior will be given at the Face Frame Details category of the Cabinet Editor, and at the Parameter Editor when a face frame part is highlighted.
4. Face Frame Beading width may only be set at the Face Frame Widths and Reveals category of the Cabinet Case Building Methods setup screen.
5. The Ramping Cut was previously optional in L-Cuts, U-Cuts, Dado cuts, and Rectangle Cuts. They no longer are optional. In addition, they have been improved upon.
6. Dowel construction at the CNC level requires machining to be applied even when a zero inset exists. This option can be found at the Smart Rule Options category at the General CNC Setup screen.
7. Drawer Vertical Partition heights were sometimes inaccurate in frameless construction, especially when cabinets were split by height. This has been resolved and improved upon, including the addition of new parameters described below.
8. Two new parameters exist at the Drawers and Drawer Pulls category of the Cabinet Editor allowing Drawer Vertical Partitions to have their top and bottom insets adjusted per section, thus affecting their heights.
9. A new variable exists for face frame construction. Just as Parameter #240 allows the bottom face frame rail to have an additional width added or subtracted from its defined width, now Parameter #276 allows the top face frame rail to have its width changed in the same manner. This will have the effect of leaving a gap between the top of the faceframe rail and the top of the end stiles.
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