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 +====== Third-party-data optimizing ======
 +<WRAP round info 60%>
 +Command: **DFOPTIM**
 +</WRAP>
  
 +===== Description =====
 +This function should be applied when importing third-party-data that is supposed to serve as base for your drawing. This way planning errors can be reduced, eg. connection of lines with two different Z-values, where the new lines would run across the space and produce a "wrong" result in an inquiry (developed area instead of projektion.
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 +Imported drawing of a surveyor
 +- isometric perspective\\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dfoptim0004.gif?nolink|}}
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 +Drawing elements corrected with third-party-optimizing. 
 +- Result: drawing can be edited now 
 +\\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dfoptim0005.gif?nolink|}}
 +
 +===== Method =====
 +On one side, the application of the function refers to the selected object (colour, height, etc.), on the other side global changes for the entire drawing are made (**AUDIT**, **PURGE** etc.).\\ \\ 
 +With **[OK]** the current settings will be applied to the drawing, but the dialogue will not be closed. This way, you do not have to execute all conversions at once. The results of each conversion can be found in **Info** in menu. With **[End]** the command **DFOPTIM** will be closed. With this, the information that would be displayed in Info will be deleted, too. When entering the command again, the Info display is empty and therefore cannot appear for other drawings either. 
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 +----
 +
 +==== Menu Configuration ====
 +Current settings can be saved and loaded as *.//**IMP**//-files. With the command **Standard** the DATAflor settings will be activated. **Save as Standard** overwrites the default DATAflor settings permanently.\\ \\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dfoptim0007.png?nolink&500|}}
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 +|**Save**|Saves the current settings in a separate file.|
 +|**Load**|Loads the previously saved configurations.|
 +|**Save as Standard**|Saves the current settings in the file **//STANDARD.DFG//**. This standard applies to all new drawings as default setting.|
 +|**Load Standard**|For manual changes the file **//STANDARD.DFG//** can be loaded.|
 +|**OK**|Saves the settings and applies them to selected objects.|
 +|**Cancel**|Closes the dialogue without saving the changes.|
 +
 +The configuration files are saved in the user directory of DATAflor CAD. Every configuration is consistent with a file that has the extension **//*.DFG//** so that a simple exchange of files becomes possible.
 +
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 +----
 +
 +==== Menu Info ====
 +With Info the protocol of changes can be displayed in a separate dialogue box. In the dialogue the top paragraph contains the changes referring to the entire drawing and the bottom paragraph those referring to the selected objects.\\ \\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dfoptim0006.png?nolink|}}\\ 
 +
 +Was no configuration executed within the command the setting **Info** in the menu is grayed out.
 +
 +----
 +
 +==== Tab Selection ====
 +When selecting objects you can switch between the options **All** and **Select object**.\\ \\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dfoptim0002.png?nolink|}}\\ 
 +
 +|**All**|Is this option selected all drawing elements will be selected (even those that are on layers that are turned //off//, but not the ones on layers that are //frozen//).|
 +|**Select object**|Is this option selected drawing objects can be selected in the drawing. With **[Select]** the selection can be amended, but the previous selection will be discarded.|
 +
 +The settings **Colour** and **Layer** can be selected additionally and can function as filters. Is **[Match Object]** activated with Colour or Layer the settings from the selected drawing objects will be inherited automatically. Only the selected objects will be changed.
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 +
 +==== Tab New Properties ====
 +In the tab **New Properties** the conversion target for the selected elements is defined.\\ \\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dfoptim0003.png?nolink|}}\\ 
 +
 +**Field Object**
 +|**Colour**|A new colour for the drawing objects can be specified. Is **[Match Object]** activated a new colour property is inherited from the selected drawing object.|
 +|**Object height**|An object can have a certain height (especially in building construction). With this option the object height can be set to a uniform level (even 0).|
 +|**Line type**|A new line type for the drawing objects can be specified. Is **[Match Object]** activated the desired line type will be inherited from the selected drawing object.|
 +|**Line type factor**|With this option a uniform line type factor can be applied.|
 +
 +**Field Text**
 +|**Text style**|A new text style for the selected text elements can be specified. Is **[Match Object]** activated the text style will be inherited from an existing text and set as default.|
 +|**Text width**|With this option a uniform text width can be set up. MTEXT has to be converted to TEXT with the button MTEXT=>TEXT before applying a new text width.|
 +|**Text height**|With this option a uniform text height can be set up.|
 +|**MTEXT=>TEXT**|With this button text from other CAD programs created with another Code-Table can be converted (eg. Hauptstraße => Hauptstrasse).|
 +|**Button Convert Umlaut**|This function converts a so called Umlaut (ä,ö,ü) which is used mainly in German and might not exist in your language.|
 +
 +==== Tab More Options ====
 +In the tab **More Options** conversion targets for the selected elements and global settings for the drawing can be defined.\\ \\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dfoptim0001.png?nolink|}}\\ 
 +
 +**Field Height**
 +|**Set start height to 0**|Wíth this, elements can be set to a uniform Z-height, the default setting is 0. Note that only one point of an object running diagonally through space will be set to the specified height. The height difference within the object will be maintained.|
 +|**Flatten Object**|With this option lines or elements with different Z-values will be projected onto a height. The exist object heights will be retained.|
 + 
 +**Field Selected Objects**
 +|**Line to Polyline**|Converts all LINES into POLYLINES and connects them, if the option Connect is activated. To connect means that two polylines that meet at (or are close to) a point are modified to one polyline. Is Connect activated and the Tolerance set to 0.00 the polylines have to meet exactly at one point. The option Tolerance denotes the radius around the end points. If two polylines meet within this radius they will be connected seamlessly. Constellations with more than two polylines will be disregarded. For the option Connect another condition is that the lines are on the same layer and share the same colour, line type factor, line type, and width. Is only one condition not met the polylines will not be connected.|
 + 
 +**Field Global Options**
 +<WRAP round tip 90%>
 +Use the AutoCAD command MATCHPROP (or short key MA - match properties) to give the two lines the same properties.
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +|**Audit**|Opens the  AutoCAD command **AUDIT**. The command runs as long as the result is 0. Should 0 not be reached after 5 operations, though, the process will be stopped. Additionally there is the option of having errors displayed, but not fixed.|
 +|**Purge**|Opens the AutoCAD command **PURGE**. The command runs until everything is purged. Should there be elements left that cannot be purged within 5 operations the process will be stopped.|
 +|**Delete Proxy Objects**|With this option Proxy Objects can be conveniently deleted from the drawing.|
 +|**Global Line Type Factor**|With this option the system variable **LTSCALE** can be changed.|