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2019

The Connect platform has been updated. Included in the update are:

  • a redesigned method for retrieving views by applications to improve performance with large view definitions;
  • a new, consolidated email notification sent after completion of BIM file processing;

 

This update also has fixes for:

  • an issue related to views that were not removed for users in Connect for Mobile after unassigning them;
  • removing permissions for deleted users;
  • "Create View" API acceptance of "empty" description field.

Due to significant changes in functionality between HoloLens 1 and 2, all future releases of Trimble Connect for HoloLens (TCH)  will be developed exclusively for Microsoft HoloLens 2 and Trimble XR10 with HoloLens 2. TCH v 3.0 and future versions will not be backward compatible with Microsoft HoloLens 1. We will, however, continue to update our current version, TCH v2.1, to support HoloLens 1 for the foreseeable future.

With the recent update of Connect for Browser, it is now possible to move files from the middle panel into any folder in the project hierarchy. This new functionality  helps you rearrange your files in an easier way. We invite you to try it out!

 

Steps and screenshots describing this new capability:

  1. Select one or more files you want to move.
  2. Click “Move to” in the right panel:



  3. After choosing “Move to..” the project folder hierarchy will be shown on the right.



  4. The “left” arrow lets you navigate a level up in the folder hierarchy. Note that the right panel will show only folders and not any of the included files.
  5. Choose “Move here” at the bottom right to complete the move action.

 

Alternatively, moving files is also possible by dragging and dropping files directly from the middle panel to the left panel folder hierarchy.

There is a new updated version of the user guide for Trimble Connect for Mobile application. You can find the new user guide attached to this blog post.

 

 

Please note that the description of managing licenses in Chapter 1.1 concerns you only if you are using Trimble Connect together with the Tekla Structures application.

There is a new updated version of the user guide for Trimble Connect for Windows application (also known as Trimble Connect for Desktop). You can find the new user guide attached to this blog post.

 

 

Please note that the description of managing licenses in Chapter 1 concerns you only if you are using Trimble Connect together with the Tekla Structures application.

There is a new updated version of the user guide for Trimble Connect for Browser application (also known as Trimble Connect for Web). Updates include a description of the new Connect 3D Viewer application in Chapter 8. You can find the new user guide attached to this blog post.

 

 

Please note that the description of managing licenses in Chapter 1.1 concerns you only if you are using Trimble Connect together with the Tekla Structures application.