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Use TRICAD MS® Fire Protection Layout to create emergency exit plans with fire protection symbols, including guide lines and captions. Design direction arrows, zone identification and edge markings. This module was developed for DaimlerChrysler, with attention paid to simplicity of expansion and modification to allow the software to be used around the world. The user interface matches the rest of the TRICAD MS® product range, so all TRICAD MS® users will soon feel at home in this module. Cells saved by the user can be made available globally by the key-user, so duplicate cells and lost time are a thing of the past. Cells are placed into MicroStation drawings using the TRICAD MS® cell selector. The program reads the contents of various XML files and replicates the XML tree structure visually. All the cells assigned to the active XML node are listed, along with the attributes and graphic for the active cell. You can double-click on the cell in the list box to place it. The tree structure is language-neutral, with all texts being inserted by the layout program according to the configured program language. The list function can be used to evaluate all the layout cells located in the MicroStation file, to show the number of cells and the attributes for each cell. The list is output via a Microsoft Excel file. Highlights: Placement of fire protection symbols Indicator lines Placement of direction arrows Symbol groups Modification of symbols Extension of symbols Bill of equipment Symbols: Fire protection symbols Escape symbols Hazard symbols Fire-brigade symbols Own symbols


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