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There are many new features in gINT version 8.2, here are some of our favourites:
Individual cells, columns and rows can now be coloured automatically by your criteria. For example; if you have a table containing information about a soil type of particular interest, you could set the rows containing that soil type to show as green, whereas soil types that were of less interest could be set to show as red.
There is now an option for you to view the Input tables as a Tree Format, as the default Tab Style or as both.
Similar to grid surfaces, on a 2 dimensional fence diagram, it is now possible to display profile lines from a TIN surface.
You can now control the graph scale on each report page by using the data or by your own criteria.
The new Alignments Tab allows you to store baselines and road alignments within the project database. The road alignments can then be shown on the site map and on fence diagrams as selectable baselines.
In the past if the baseline had a significant curve, it was difficult to display the correct site map region below the corresponding Fence area on a gINT Fence report. Now, the region displayed is user definable...define the East and North of the bottom left corner of the region, along with the display orientation angle.
The new depth related bitmap image feature allows you to display images matching the report log vertical scale on your reports. For example, on a borehole log, drillcore photos can be scaled to show on the log in a column relative to the depth. The images can also be broken across a page.
User report variables are now designed like project file fields, with data types and lookups.
Using gINT Rules soil classifications and descriptions, based on PSD and Atterberg lab data, can be written to project file fields.
In addition to English (US), support is now offered in the following languages:
View a complete gINT version 8.2 feature list.