Last week was fun. I talked with a number of TPC users who said something to this effect, “I can’t tell you how much I enjoy doing my drawings in TPC”. They said it out of the blue – unsolicited. They were enjoying using TPC and wanted us to know. Of course, it’s always fun to hear that someone likes your product or service, but all their comments were about their TPC drawings. They were doing lots of them and really enjoying it. Wow!
Conversations like these are why we continue to improve TPC’s drawing capabilities. In the latest release,TPC Desktop 2016 R1, we added more spacing options for bearings and line labels, making them easier to read when reproduced. We enabled snap intersections for polylines, Undo for graphical Rotate and Translate and the ability to manually draw arcs with a central angle greater than 180°. You’ve told us that these little details are important to you, so we’ve worked them in.
We have big plans for the Drawing View in future releases. Like speeding up the drawings to handle point clouds, exposing more layers when needed and allowing you to edit parts of line labels while TPC continues to update the unedited parts. We want you and TPC to continue to produce the best survey drawings out there – and to continue enjoying doing it.
John Balcom, President, MSE, PLS, GISP
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