This is mainly a bug fix. Just one enhancement is added to the release: the export filename pattern now supports nested properties, e.g. Study.Description.
Just one new feature has been implemented in this version:
A few enhancements are also added to the release:
After the release of v. 1.5 in the end of 2015, we were working hard on a new version: 1.6.
There are a few new interesting features, they are listed below:
Besides the new features, v. 1.6 includes some improvements to current functionality:
Just one feature has been implemented in this version:
Five enhancements are also added to the release:
Two enhancements in this release:
Just two noteworthy enhancements in this release:
AcuScreenNDT v. 1.5.1 features a bunch of improvements made after introducing our previous version in October. New features are listed below:
Major enhancements included in v. 1.5.1:
Some changes have been made to default values:
We hasten to inform our readers that, starting with AccuScreenNDT Basic/Pro 1.5, PACSESS will offer a special edition of Database Explorer, targeting specifically the needs of NDT inspectors. In this version, instead of the study list with standard DICONDE tags (Component Name, ID, etc.), users will see a four-level tree-like structure: Company/Job/Project/Weld. Thus, we have reorganized the study list into something more familiar to North American inspectors, which uses their vernacular and is based on their workflow.
The revised list of studies (welds in this edition) allows the user to select all welds related to a higher-level element in the hierarchy (e.g., a project) with a single click, and then perform manipulations with all the welds in this project; for example, burn them to disc.
We do not insist on the ultimate perfection of the current representation of the study list. Maybe it needs further adaptation to North American users—the primary target audience for this edition of the application. We are open to feedback and a constructive piece of advice from our customers.
After the release of v. 1.3 (let me remind you that it happened this last Xmas, and 1.3.3 followed in May), we were working hard on an update, whose chief feature would be the introduction of a 64-bit platform for rendering large-size images. It is difficult to overestimate this transition and the effect it will have on handling the enormous volume of NDT scanning data. Starting from v. 1.5, only 64-bit versions of the AcuScreenNDT system will be shipped to customers. 32-bit builds will be available only upon special requests.
Another improvement of note is that now the database is accessible to local users without administrator's privileges (they, nonetheless, still need to register with the system if there is no Windows-user authentication allowed).
A few other new features of v. 1.5 are listed below:
Major enhancements included in v. 1.5:
This release is rife with minor improvements not worth mentioning individually. A couple of things, though, that deserve your attention: