The View Ribbon contains options to change how objects are displayed.
With the ‘Regenerate’ command, the view is regenerated in order for the radii and intersections to be displayed accurately in the drawing. When you zoom in and out, it can happen within the graphics memory that curves are not longer shown round, but slightly angular. With Regenerate, these are displayed as round again.
Examples for this are contours, measurements, texts and hatches. These areas should be divided so that the objects can be used flexibly. Flexijet uses so called layers for this organisation. Every group of
objects is attributed to a specific layer, which has its own colour and a specific line type.
In Flexijet, elements are normally drawn in one layer, which is the layer of the active folder.. This can be a default layer or a custom layer. Each layer is attributed a colour, a line type and a pen width. With the layers, a drawing can be organized in different groups and objects can be identified with colours and pen widths. You can picture it as drawing on transparent foil, and every detail is drawn on an individual foil with an individual colour. If you overlap the foils or remove one foil, the individual details can be shown or hidden, or be viewed separately.
Show Measurement Points
Flexijet saves a photo of every point measured using its built-in 5mp camera. Select the ‘Show Measurement points’ box on the ‘View’ tab to make these points visible. The measurement points will appear as purple points.
To view Measurement point photos, hover your mouse over these measurement points.
Note that the quality of the measurement photos is set to minimize disk usage, and cannot be adjusted at this time.
Note that measurement pictures are taken at the current level of zoom of the camera. To adjust the zoom, open a function (such as points), click the scrollwheel on the flexijet to bring up the riflescope view, and scroll in/out. The zoom factor will remain set for this session.