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See also Autodesk CADView Autodesk 3D AutoCAD LT Autodesk Inventor Autodesk VectorWorks The AEC Group References External links Autodesk CADView AutoCAD – Introducing CADX AutoCAD Online Community – A free online community for CAD users Autodesk Exchange Apps Category:2004 software Category:Computer-aided design software Category:Construction software Category:Engineering software that uses Qt Category:Computer-aided design software for Linux Category:Computer-aided design software for Windows Category:Computer-aided design software for MacOS Category:Computer-aided design software for iOS Category:MacOS graphics software Category:Windows graphics-related software Category:UNIX softwareQ: How to get a UIWebView working on a remote server I have made a simple iOS app with a UIWebView as the only view. When I run the app on my own iPhone it works as expected. However when I upload it to a remote server it crashes as soon as it loads the website in the UIWebView. I assume this is because the server does not have a copy of Safari installed. Is there a way I can get it to work without adding Safari to my server? A: You have two ways to go about this. Download/install the content of the UIWebView as a local file on the remote device Write a quick server side wrapper for your website that will accept HTTP requests and serve up the content (JavaScript + data). Hope that helps. Q: Is the general term of $|\alpha + \beta|$ the norm? Let $\alpha$ and $\beta$ be two complex numbers. Let $|\alpha|$ be the norm of $\alpha$, and $|\beta|$ the norm of $\beta$. Consider $\alpha + \beta$. Is $|\alpha + \beta|$ the norm of the sum? If yes, how can we prove it? A: I think there are several possible answers here, and I’m not sure which one you’re trying to use. I’ll address two of them. Since $\alpha$ and $\beta$ are numbers, the norm of $\alpha + \beta$ is \$|\ af5dca3d97

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Model-based Symbols: Incorporate an electronic model into your CAD drawing. Create and manage any number of model-based symbols, such as electrical boxes, wall cavities, structural braces, pipes, or ventilation. (video: 1:07 min.) Layer Editing: Edit layers, geometries, and linetypes easily and efficiently. You can make cuts or copy objects to other layers, or duplicate them to separate layers. Use the new command-line tool to copy linetypes. (video: 1:08 min.) Object Snap: Hold the Ctrl key and drag a shape to snap the object to points, lines, and intersections on the drawing canvas. (video: 1:15 min.) Line Color Management: You can now switch between software and hardware color rendering on a per-line basis. Use a preset pattern or choose a system-defined color and view the line’s color information in the Properties palette. (video: 1:11 min.) Particle System: Create beautiful, dynamic 3D objects with the new particle system. Create animated particles and emit particles from the layer outline. Using Particle Editor, you can change the properties of the particles, such as animation speed, orientation, and opacity. (video: 1:25 min.) Partition Lines: Use the new command to partition objects automatically, by cross-section. (video: 1:29 min.) Erase: Draw a clean line and erase everything within a certain distance. (video: 1:15 min.) Layer And Group Management: You can easily create, delete, and manage your layers, layers in groups, and collections of layers. If you organize your layers with a folder structure, the Draw command remembers your layer structure. (video: 1:07 min.) Better View and Navigation: Organize and view your drawings with ease. You can quickly navigate between drawings and view them in any orientation. You can also search for objects within drawings. (video: 1:02 min.) Multi-View: Working with large drawings can be cumbersome. You can now navigate through a drawing and view it from various perspectives using the new multi-view mode. (video: 1:09 min.) Improved Text Object: Now, you can create text that supports under

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