Altium Designer 10 Update 18 build 10.1051.23878

Altium Designer 10 Update 18 build 10.1051.23878 | 2.4 Gb

The Altium Development team are pleased to announce the 18th update for Altium Designer which includes a significant number of enhancements and BugCrunch items. This release is also the first step into Altium Designer 12.
First step into Altium Designer 12, visible through new branding that you will see displayed in this update. A significant number of enhancements and BugCrunch items are included with this update. Here's a sample of some that we hope will interest you:

STEP model preview:

A visual preview is now available when selecting a 3D STEP model in the PCB or library editors dialog box, which helps browsing through options when embedding a 3D body.

New track selection mode: A new Select Track command has been added that provides the option of selecting connected track segments on the current layer - in effect, to select connected copper until the layers change or a component pad is encountered. In addition, the Select Physical Connection option has been changed so that tracks covered by a component pad are included in the selection.

Show contents while moving large selections: Pasting and moving of large schematic selections has been improved so that once rendered, the contents remains visible while placement is made.

These new features were requested through BugCrunch. In total, 22 BugCrunch items have been included in this latest update, along with various other enhancements. Some worth mentioning include:

- Revised net violation handling with repeated sheets
- Improved junction handling and rendering
- Output jobs no longer modify the absolute path when set to use relative path
- Output path and log folder path now update with the project name
- Numerous FPGA/Embedded enhancements including support for the ST Microelectronics M25P (SPI) family of serial flash devices in embedded designs
- Updated localizations for various languages

About Altium

Altium believes that anyone who wants to make a difference using electronic products should be able to do so. And we help designers do this by giving them everything they need to be able to make this difference. We develop, create and sell electronics design tools - software and development hardware - that unify the entire electronics design process in one application, that is easy to use and as affordable as we can make it. This unified electronics design environment - it's called Altium Designer - is the result of years of development work but is now just one part of AltiumLive, a web-based portal that is the means by which we help professional electronics designers connect people and devices. The two go hand-in-hand. Altium Designer and AltiumLive together create an ecosystem that is greater than the sum of the parts. They bridge the gap that separates the design of a product and how that product is manufactured.

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