FontDirPro scans ArtWorks documents and automatically switches on the fonts that are used in the file. It only finds fonts used in text line objects though. The following update enables FontDirPro to find fonts used in text areas, too.
There are several sets of newly designed tool sprites for ArtWorks. In order to install one of them, download the corresponding sprites archive and download the MrgAWSpr utility that merges the sprites into the individual modules' Sprites files for you. Please make sure that you read the installation documentation in the archives.
Please note that these sprites and more importantly the merging utility are not suitable for ArtWorks 2.30. See the ArtWorks 2.30 download section for a new, even more comprehensive theme by Rogier Hartgring.
Rogier Hartgring has designed two full sets of new tool sprites for ArtWorks with two different designs to choose from:
New tool sprites by Rogier Hartgring (square design)
New tool sprites by Rogier Hartgring (round design)
By the way: You need not have bought all modules (or any at all) in order to use the new sprites - the installer still works even if some of the available modules are not present.
David Rutten has designed some replacement tool sprites. Unfortunately, there are no replacement sprites for most of the MW Software add-on tools, only for Polygon, PathUtils, Hatch, Translate and QuickCopy. Besides, there are new tool sprites for Arranger, Precision and the Eesox Pressure tool.
New tool sprites by David Rutten
Whenever you want to update some sprites in ArtWorks (2) modules, you are advised not to edit the
The solution is to use the sprite merging utility MrgAWSpr (or MrgAW2Spr for ArtWorks 2).
Simply place your updated sprites into
The new tool sprites on this page are distributed in the correct format to be installed by MrgAWSpr.
The ArtWorks Updater utility (version 2.07) for ArtWorks 1.x contains the same sprite merging code as MrgAWSpr, so there is no need to run MrgAWSpr if you run the Updater to install new modules.
The AWSwitch utility allows you to switch between 16, 64 and 128 levels of anti-aliasing.
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