SUSPEND & RESUME
Use this feature to get around obstacles, or restart a measurement, without needing to get back to the start point.
Note: You must resume the measurement from the exact point you suspended the measurement, ensuring the device is also in the same orientation.
A range of new features to help you make edits and improvements to your drawings in both "2D Draw" and "3D Draw"
Select the "Tools" icon after a measurement to use the features below.
This allows you to "ignore" a point after the measurement is completed. Once a point is ignored, a line will be drawn between the points before and after the ignored point(s).
Use this when you need to get around an obstacle; capture it or capture around it and then ignore the points afterwards.
Note: Select a point during a measuring and use the Ignore Point Button:
TIP: Use the "Auto-Ignore" in the settings menu to automatically ignore points along the same plane, to save you time ignoring points manually for larger measurements.
Measure before and after an inaccessible corner, select the line produced and this feature will extrapolate the lines to the corner.
This feature requires a minimum of two points on each wall/line before and after the extrapolated corner to work.
To 'Undo' an extrapolated corner, select the new corner point and then use the 'Undo Extrapolate Corner' tool
This will "square-up" and adjust angles in your drawing. Useful for room measurements, where you want the walls and angles to snap to 90 or 45 degrees. You can change the 'strength' of the Square Up in the settings menu.
The Settings menu for both "2D Draw" and "3D Draw" - now include options to apply these features automatically when a measurement in finished.
e.g You can set "Auto Square Up" on, to automatically square up a measurement when it's completed.
TIP: All 'Auto' applied changes, can be toggled on and off in the Tools Menu and any changes made to your measurements can also be "Reset" back to the original.
UPDATED 3D VIEW
Measurements in "3D Draw" will now highlight elevation changes, making it easier to interpret and see changes in elevation.