Reference Sketches are now easily handled with standard Phi tools and edits saved within the .phi file. All parts and surfaces are now exported to Onshape as separate objects.
User experience improvements:
Reference Sketches: Edit with standard tools
Reference sketches are now edited using the tools you are already familiar with! Use the Move Manipulator to scale, move, or rotate your reference sketches, freely or with a precise value. For more specific Scaling operations (e.g. by percentage, or defining a new dimension), you can use the "Scale" icon or shortcuts: "D" and "Shift-D". And of course, remove unnecessary sketches with the "Delete" icon or key.
Reference Sketches: Edits are saved
Any edits you make to the reference sketches will now be maintained after file is saved and reloaded.
Connect selected vertices with a loop of edges
When a set of vertices is selected to be connected with edges, an edge will also be added between the first-and the last-selected vertex, provided they belong to the same face.
Default shapes now sit on top plane
Default shapes are now inserted with the XY or "Top" plane right below them, rather than running through them.
Number of triangles saved in .phi
The number of display triangles set will be saved within the .phi file, so that it automatically returns to the last value when the saved file is loaded in another session.
Separate objects are exported as such
Each separate body, as well as each open surface, is exported as a separate Onshape part or surface. The user can then handle accordingly, applying boolean or other operations within Onshape.
Shift-smoothening chains of faces
Smoothening chains of faces with the Shift key pressed now works as expected.