James and Eric did an impressive job giving an overview of the awesome new tools and functionality in C3D 2010. However, sometimes it’s the little things that make you wonder how you ever did without this.
For example, if you have ever worked on a corridor that is more than just one baseline with one region you know how important it is to edit, tweak, etc. your regions as you go. However, the more baselines/regions you added to the corridor the more difficult it was to track which region you needed to edit.
However, do you see what I see in the contextual ribbon for Corridors?
Here to save the day is the new Edit Regions tool. Based upon where you picked the corridor, you can click on the Edit Regions and have the Corridor Properties open up directly to selected region.
What is more is when you are in the Corridor Properties, you have a graphic on the screen that shows which region is selected.
The light blue is the region limits whereas the dark blue are targets.
Lastly, there is an option in the corridor properties parameters tab which allows you to graphically select a region from a drawing.
NO MORE GUESSING!!
What do you think of this ‘little thing’?