Draft Einstellungen

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This page is a translated version of the page Draft Preferences and the translation is 17% complete.

Die Einstellungen für den Arbeitsbereich Draft findet man im Voreinstellungseditor. Im Menü wählt man Bearbeiten → Einstellungen... und dann Draft.

Es gibt fünf Seiten: Allgemeine Einstellungen, Benutzeroberfläche, Raster und Einrasten, Visuell und Texte und Bemaßungen.

Einige fortgeschrittene Einstellungen können nur im Parameter-Editor geändert werden. Siehe Fine-tuning.

Diese Seite wurde für Version 1.0 aktualisiert.

In Version 0.21 und darunter können einige Einstellungen auf anderen Seiten erscheinen und in einigen Fällen muss FreeCAD nach dem Anpassen einer Einstellung neu gestartet werden.

Allgemein

Auf dieser Seite kann Folgendes festgelegt werden:

Name Description
Internal precision level The number of decimals used in internal coordinate operations (for example 3 = 0.001). Values between 6 and 8 are usually considered the best trade-off.
Default working plane The default working plane for new views. The options are:
  • Automatic: If set to Automatic the working plane will automatically align with the current view whenever a command is started. Additionally it will align to preselected planar faces, or when points on planar faces are picked during commands.
  • XY (Top)
  • XZ (Front)
  • YZ (Side)
Show working plane tracker If checked, a widget indicating the current working plane orientation appears when picking points.
Include groups in layer list If checked, the layers drop-down list also includes groups. Objects can then automatically be added to groups as well. See Draft AutoGroup.
Show prompts in the Report view If checked, instructions are displayed in the Report view when using Draft commands. introduced in version 1.0
Set focus on Length instead of X coordinate If checked, Length input, instead of the X coordinate, will have the initial focus. This allows to indicate a direction and then type a distance.
Select base objects after copying If checked, base objects, instead of created copies, are selected after copying.
Create Part primitives if possible If checked, Draft commands will create Part primitives instead of Draft objects. Note that this is not fully supported, and many objects will not be editable with Draft modification commands.
Keep face colors during downgrade/upgrade If checked, Draft Downgrade and Draft Upgrade will keep face colors. Only for the splitFaces and makeShell options.
Keep face names during downgrade/upgrade If checked, Draft Downgrade and Draft Upgrade will keep face names. Only for the splitFaces and makeShell options.
Mouse delay This is the delay in seconds during which the mouse is inactive after entering a number in one of the Draft task panel input fields. During the delay moving the mouse won't change the entered value. Set to 0 to disable the delay.
Max. number of editable objects The maximum number of objects Draft Edit is allowed to process at the same time.
Edit node pick radius The pick radius of edit nodes.
Label prefix for clones The default prefix added to the label of new clones.
Construction group label The default label for the construction geometry group.
Construction geometry color The default color for Draft objects in construction mode.

Benutzeroberfläche

Auf dieser Seite kann Folgendes festgelegt werden:

Name Description
In-command shortcuts These shortcuts only work when a Draft or BIM command is active. Note that not all commands support all shortcuts.
Relative Shortcut to toggle relative mode. If relative mode is on, coordinates are relative to the last point, if available, else they are relative to the coordinate system origin.
Global Shortcut to toggle global mode. If global mode is on, coordinates are relative to the global coordinate system, else they are relative to the working plane coordinate system. introduced in version 0.20
Length Shortcut to change the focus from the X coordinate input box to the Length input box and vice versa.
Fill Shortcut to toggle filled mode. If filled mode is on, the created object will have DatenMake Face set to true.
Select edge Shortcut to press the Select edge button. See Draft Dimension.
Subelement mode Shortcut to toggle subelement mode. If subelement mode is on, the command will use the selected subelements instead of the whole objects.
Copy Shortcut to toggle copy mode. If copy mode is on, the command will create modified copies instead of modifying the original objects.
Undo Shortcut to press the Undo button.
Wipe Shortcut to press the Wipe button.
Close Shortcut to press the Close button.
Exit Shortcut to press the Finish button.
Continue Shortcut to toggle continue mode. If continue mode is on, commands will restart after finishing.
Cycle snap Shortcut to change snap priority to an object that is obscured by other geometry. See Draft Snap.
Add hold Shortcut to insert a "hold point" at the current location of the cursor. See Draft Snap.
Set working plane Shortcut to press the Set WP button.
Snap Shortcut to toggle Draft snapping.
Increase radius Shortcut to increase the maximum distance at which Draft Snap Grid detects the intersections of grid lines. See Draft SelectPlane.
Decrease radius Shortcut to decrease the maximum distance at which Draft Snap Grid detects the intersections of grid lines.
Restrict X Shortcut to constrain the movement of the cursor to the X axis. See Draft Constrain.
Restrict Y Shortcut to constrain the movement of the cursor to the Y axis.
Restrict Z Shortcut to constrain the movement of the cursor to the Z axis.
Only show the Draft snap toolbar during commands If checked, the Draft snap toolbar will only be visible during commands. introduced in version 1.0
Show the Snap widget in the Draft Workbench If checked, the Snap widget is displayed in the Draft statusbar.
Show the Annotation scale widget in the Draft Workbench If checked, the Annotation scale widget is displayed in the Draft statusbar.

Raster und einrasten

Note that several grid preferences can also be changed with the Draft SelectPlane command.

Auf dieser Seite kann Folgendes festgelegt werden:

Name Description
Always show the grid If checked, the grid will always be visible in new views. Use Draft ToggleGrid to change this for the active view.
Show the grid during commands If checked, the grid will be visible during commands in new views. Use Draft ToggleGrid to change this for the active view. introduced in version 1.0
Show grid border If checked, an additional border is displayed around the grid, showing the main square size in the bottom left corner.
Show human figure If checked, the outline of a human figure is displayed at the bottom left corner of the grid. Only effective if the BIM Workbench is installed and Show grid border is enabled. introduced in version 0.20
Use colored axes If checked, the two main axes of the grid are colored red, green or blue if they match the X, Y or Z axis of the global coordinate system.
Major lines every The number of squares between major grid lines. Major grid lines are thicker than minor grid lines.
Grid spacing The distance between grid lines.
Grid size The number of squares in the X and Y direction of the grid.
Grid transparency The overall transparency of the grid.
Grid color The color of the grid.
Snap symbol style The style for snap symbols. The options are:
  • Draft classic style
  • Bitsnpieces style.
Snap symbol color The color for snap symbols, snap dimensions and edit nodes.
Always snap If checked, snapping is activated without the need to press the Snap modifier key.
Snap modifier The Snap modifier key.
Constrain modifier The Constrain modifier key.
Alt modifier The Alt modifier key. The function of this key depends on the command.

Visuell

Auf dieser Seite kann Folgendes festgelegt werden:

Name Description
SVG pattern size The default size for SVG patterns. A higher value results in a denser pattern.


Additional SVG pattern location An optional directory with custom SVG files containing pattern definitions to be added to the standard patterns.
Dashed line definition An SVG linestyle definition used by the TechDraw DraftView command.
Dashdot line definition Idem.
Dotted line definition Idem.

Texte und Bemaßungen

These preferences are the defaults used when creating new objects. Changing them does not affect existing objects.

Auf dieser Seite kann Folgendes festgelegt werden:

Name Description
Font name or family The default font for texts, dimensions and labels. It can be a font name such as Arial, a style such as sans, serif or mono, or a family such as Arial,Helvetica,sans, or a name with a style such as Arial:Bold.
Font size The default height for texts, dimension texts and label texts.
Line spacing factor The default line spacing for multi-line texts and labels (relative to the font size).
Scale multiplier The default annotation scale multiplier. This is the inverse of the scale set in the Draft annotation scale widget. If the scale is 1:100 the multiplier is 100. introduced in version 1.0
Text color The default color for texts, dimension texts and label texts.
Show dimension line If checked, the dimension line is displayed by default.
Line width The default line width.
Arrows type The default symbol displayed at the ends of dimension lines. The options are:
  • Dot
  • Circle
  • Arrow
  • Tick
  • Tick-2
Arrows size The default arrow size.
Line and arrow color The default color for lines and arrows.
Show unit If checked, a unit symbol is added to dimension texts by default.
Unit override The default unit override for dimensions. Enter a unit such as m or cm, leave blank to use the current unit defined in FreeCAD.
Number of decimals The default number of decimal places for dimension texts.
Feet separator The optional string inserted between the feet and inches values in dimensions. introduced in version 1.0
Dimension line overshoot The default distance the dimension line is extended past the extension lines.
Extension line length The default length of extension lines. Use 0 for full extension lines. A negative value defines the gap between the ends of the extension lines and the measured points. A positive value defines the maximum length of the extension lines. Only used for linear dimensions.
Extension line overshoot The default length of extension lines above the dimension line.
Text spacing The default space between the dimension line and the dimension text.
Default ShapeString font file The default font file for the Draft ShapeString command. For Windows users: please read the Font file selection on Windows paragraph on that page.