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Improvements to Onshape - October 13th, 2023
AUTOMATIC RESIZING OF SELECTION FIELDSFeature dialogs now automatically and intelligently resize for selection fields that contain a long list of items.
HOLE FEATURE IMPROVEMENTSThe Hole feature now includes new start conditions to improve usability in creating stacked holes. Additionally, a Hole feature is now named in your Feature list based on the size, depth, and type of hole type you have selected. This name dynamically updates if the hole is edited.
SIMPLIFIED ICONS IN UPPER RIGHT CORNERIn the top right corner of Onshape, there are new simplified icons for easier navigation to frequently-used pages.
DATUM TARGETSYou may now define Datum targets in Onshape Drawings.
CROP SECTION & BROKEN-OUT SECTION VIEWSYou may now crop both Section and Broken-out Section views in drawings using the standard Crop view functionality.
ATTACH CALLOUTS TO EXTENSION LINESYou may now attach a callout directly to a dimension extension line. When moving the dimension, the callout moves in tandem. Deleting the dimension also deletes the callout.
FORESHORTENED DIMENSION IMPROVEMENTSThe format and display of foreshortened dimensions has been changed to match commonly-used standards.
LEARNING CENTER IMPROVEMENTS
SELF-GUIDED BOOTCAMP UPDATESIn response to valuable feedback from our user community, we have significantly enhanced our Self-Guided Bootcamp course. This updated course offers a more comprehensive learning experience by including the latest improvements and adding four new lessons: an introduction to Simultaneous Sheet Metal, Top-Down Design, Release Management, and Onshape's Certifications.
SURFACE MODELING - FACE BLENDA lesson on Face Blend has been added to the Onshape Surface Modeling Course. It includes a walkthrough of the interface and tips for how to solve different problems with specific options.
Please take a moment to try out these new features and improvements and leave your comments below. For a detailed list of all the changes in this update, please see the changelog.Remember: The updates listed here are now live for all users when creating new Documents. Over the next few days, these features will also be available in Documents created before this update.