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and subject line Bug#754277: fixed in sweethome3d 4.4+dfsg-1
has caused the Debian Bug report #754277,
regarding Please update Sweet Home 3D packages to latest upstream version 4.4
(important improvements and bugfixes)
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Please update Sweet Home 3D packages to latest upstream version 4.4 (released
2014-06). Here are the most important changes:
New features in the texture pane
The dialog box that lets you choose a texture for walls, floors, ceilings and
materials was updated with a tooltip displaying the texture under the cursor
at a larger size, a search text field to filter textures list, the ability to
rotate textures and a list of the recently chosen textures.
Placing objects on furniture
The furniture libraries 1.4 and the furniture coming by default with
SweetHome3D 4.4 include a new dropOnTopElevation (uneditable) property that
will help you place objects on furniture much faster.
Imagine you want to decorate the table of the following desk with a computer
and other objects. Until now, dropping an object on another one in the plan
set its elevation to a value equal to the height of the object. In the case
of this desk, some shelves and some other furniture, this led most of the
time to a disappointing situation where objects were too high.
Sweet Home 3D 4.4 comes also with the new Furniture > Reset elevation menu
item used to update the elevation of the selected objects according to the
furniture on which they are placed, like when you dropped them from the
catalog on some furniture in the plan. Imagine you dropped some plates on a
table, and finally you replace the table by an other higher one. Until now,
if you wanted to update the elevation of the plates, you had to reset their
elevation to 0 then make a fake move of the plates to provoke an update of
Damaged files management
In version 3.6, the ability to edit SH3D files damaged on the disk was removed
to avoid the frustration of not being able to save them afterwards. As this
choice implied that repairing a damaged file could be done only by program,
I programmed a tool able to handle the most repairable cases. As this tool
works well now, I integrated it in Sweet Home 3D 4.4 which tries to repair a
damaged SH3D file when you open it.
Importing in the Online version
Users who logged in the Online version are now able to import a SH3D file on
sweethome3d.com server to edit it online.
Other features and important bug fixes in Sweet Home 3D 4.4:
In the Furniture materials pane, the material selected in the materials list
now blinks in the 3D preview included in the pane to help you find the
material you want to edit.
Sideways moves in the 3D view can me done with the Alt + left arrow and Alt +
right arrow keys, eventually combined with the Shift key to move faster.
For homes with multiple levels, the new Edit > Select all at all levels menu
item will select all the items in all the levels of the home, to let you move
them together or export them to OBJ format.
The Select object sub menu shown in the contextual menu of the plan when you
right-clicked on superimposed objects becomes the Toggle selection sub menu
when the Shift key is pressed, to let you remove hidden selected objects from
selection or add unselected objects to selection.
When the Foot/Inch/Fraction unit is selected in preferences (i.e. Imperial
unit system), the text fields used to edit lengths now show and accept lengths
at this format, for example 1'11¼", and you may type decimals instead of the
Sweet Home 3D Viewer introduced new parameters that will let you choose the
levels and points of view that the users will be able to select in the
contextual menu of the 3D view.
Some annoying bugs were also fixed in this release, among which:
The bug that made some ugly black square dots appear from time to time in the
photos computed at the two best quality levels should be fixed.
Some users who used many different names for their objects, reported they
couldn't save their preferences after a while and worse, that this saving was
failing silently. This won't happen anymore.
Collada / DAE format was replaced by KMZ format in Trimble Warehouse 3D a few
months ago. As a KMZ file is actually a ZIP file which, among other things,
contains a Collada DAE file that Sweet Home 3D was already able to read, users
just had to replace the KMZ extension by ZIP to make it work in SweetHome3D 4.3
But this wasn't very handy and the KMZ extension is recognized by SweetHome3D
Btw, it seems you already updated sweethome3d-furniture* packages to 1.4
Thanks for improving free software,
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We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
sweethome3d, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive.
A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is
Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed. If you
have further comments please address them to 754...@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.
Debian distribution maintenance software
Gabriele Giacone <1o5g4...@gmail.com> (supplier of updated sweethome3d package)
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Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2014 12:02:29 +0200
Architecture: source all
Maintainer: Debian Java Maintainers
Changed-By: Gabriele Giacone <1o5g4...@gmail.com>
sweethome3d - Interior 2D design application with 3D preview
sweethome3d (4.4+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=medium
* New upstream release (Closes: #754277)
* Depend on sunflow 0.07.2.svn396+dfsg-11.
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