The User Area also allows you to view any sound insulation testing data you’ve uploaded to the server, as well as getting links to send to Clients so they too can view the test data.
•Text and images on print objects can now be requested at print time - useful for things like adding signatures or custom fields.
Translation from various Sound Level Meters
•We've included the ability to import data from a number of sound level meters where the data is stored or easily converted into an open format, like TXT, CSV or XLSX. If you've got a sound level meter you believe could be included, just get in touch and we'll look at adding in a specific translation protocol for your meter.
Criteria Exceeders Highlighted
•Internal or External Receivers exceeding their criteria will now be highlighted red in the Internal or External Receivers list.
Items from Project to Database
•Data items used in your projects can now be saved directly to your database for future use.
•A number of efficiencies have been made in the main calculation algorithm, as well as plugging of memory leaks. There should be a noticeable decrease in calculation time of complex chains, as well as reduced memory footprint through the life of program execution.
Separating Element Lab / Site Data Distinction
•The distinction between laboratory and site data for separating elements has been made throughout the program.
Tab Through Container Interactive Elements
•You can now tab through the interactive elements (i.e. drop down boxes and text boxes) on containers
Import Airborne and Impact Separating Element Data
•You can now import airborne and impact sound insulation data into your database and project files.
Canvas to PDF
•You can export the canvas to a PDF document, should you wish to refer to it at any point without opening Sound Design.
Vector Graphics on Print Objects
•Sound Design now supports SVG files on your print objects, meaning graphics like your company logo no longer need to be in bitmap form (like PNG or JPG)
Graph Values on Mouse Over
•Putting your mouse over any of the graphs in the program will now show you the numerical value.
Metric or Imperial Units
•You can now use metric or imperial units when working with lengths, areas, densities etc.