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Bricscad (Linux) 10.6.3 is now available.
- MText: Fixed potential crash that could happen while rendering mtext.
- Fixed crash on opening/closing or refreshing one or more large drawings. This crash could happen in many situations as soon as some memory boundary size was crossed.
- Printing: various fixes for custom paper size, paper rotation, printing from layout.
- Printing: SR25174: Fixed crash when changing paper orientation when there is no printer in the system, fixed garbage values in paper size width and height fields in the print dialog.
- Four toolbar docking areas exist: top, bottom, left, right. A toolbar docked in one area cannot be docked into another area by dragging. For instance, a toolbar with horizontal layout will not switch to vertical layout by dragging it to the left side. The customize dialog can be used to dock the toolbar in another area.
- In the main graphics window of Bricscad (Linux), a mouse arrow is always visible. Indeed, the display of custom mouse pointers in the main graphics window is not yet implemented on Linux. By the design of Bricscad, the lack of a mouse pointer is also a custom mouse pointer. This feature has been deliberately postponed, in favor of more important features.
- When starting Bricscad from terminal, this error message may appear: "Gdk-CRITICAL **: gdk_drawable_get_depth: assertion `GDK_IS_DRAWABLE (drawable)' failed".
- In the settings dialog, previews are not visible and the layout of the description is incorrect until the settings dialog is resized.
- The COPYCLIP window and the Bricscad Prompt History window appear as a separate application in the application bar.
- Installation issues on 64 bit. It is possible to run Bricscad (Linux) on a 64 bit system. However, the Bricscad (Linux) installers do not automatically add all required 32 bit libraries. Additional manual setup is needed.