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01 Introduction
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Are you moving and would like to arrange your furniture in a plan of your new home? Or are you building your dream house? Then CADintosh is the ideal tool for you as even the shareware version has many of the options that feature in professional technical drawing programs.

It may take you a while to find your way around CADintosh, but your efforts will pay off as CADintosh drawings can be saved in formats like DXF or HPGL for further processing by an architect.

If you have previously worked with graphics programs like QuarkXPress and Photoshop, you will find the methods used in CADintosh totally different. In these programs, you draw rectangles in one action with a rectangle tool. CADintosh does not have this kind of tool as lines are used as the basis for technical drawings.

When you start CADintosh for the first time, a number of palettes will appear on the screen that we will not need for this introduction. Close all palettes except for the toolbox by clicking the round close box at the top left. You can display these palettes again using the Window menu. The toolbox is at the top right of the screen.

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Select File / New. A dialog where you can enter details on the drawing opens.

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Leave all boxes unchanged and click OK. CADintosh will then open a new document showing a white work area. There is a cross in the middle at position 0.0 to aid your orientation. This is not part of the drawing and will not appear on printouts.

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Click Options / Drawing to open the following dialog:

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In the Unit of the complete drawing pop-up menu, select m (meter) as the unit and close the dialog.

There are a number of pop-up menus and buttons at the bottom left of the window frame that will help speed up your work. In the line above, text appears asking you to make a entry or perform an action depending on the working situation. We have numbered the individual areas so you can find your way quickly.

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At the bottom left of the window frame, open the pop-up menu with number 6 for the scale that is still currently 1:1.

The open pop-up menu will not be displayed completely. Move the mouse cursor over the number area and then down again onto the arrow pointing downwards. The pop-up menu will now appear completely.

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You can select 1:100 for the scale as a drawing of an average house normally fits on a DIN A4 sheet. Before you draw the first line, select a few other details like the line thickness:

Click the left-hand pop-up menu with number 1. Select pen 3 in the pop-up menu that draws lines with a thickness of 0.5 mm.

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The solid line has already been set correctly two menus to the right under number 3. Open the menu to check. If the check mark is next to the solid line, you can close the pop-up menu by clicking next to it.

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In CADintosh, you can create parts of your drawing on different layers. Imagine the layers are like transparent sheets laid on top of each other on an overhead projector. For example, it is useful to place all furnishings for a floor plan on a different level to the actual floor plan because the different layers can be hidden and displayed individually. You can then save the floor plan at any time as a file in standard DXF format without the furniture for use by an architect. Click File / Save As... and select the format in the file selection dialog.

In our example, we will start our drawing on layer 10 so that the layers 0 to 9 below that are kept free for possible extensions. Click the fourth box in the bottom left corner of the window.

The following query appears in the line above that: Select elements or enter layer (0-32000):

Enter 10 for layer 10 after the colon. There is a cursor at this position. Press Return to complete your entry.

Two figures are shown for the groups one box further to the right (5). There is a zero on the right in this box. If another value is displayed, change the value to zero. Repeat this for the layer setting. This setting does not need to be explained at this point.

An A should appear in the eighth box. This A stands for All as a selective filter. The selective filter defines which elements should be effected by your actions. This setting does not need to be explained at this point.

The sideways eight displayed one box further to the right (9) is the infinity symbol. This function is disabled in the Preferences. The symbol is therefore crossed through. Click the box to enable infinite for all lines that will be drawn. The infinite symbol will appear without being crossed out.

All lines that you draw with this setting will be infinite at first, but will then be cut to the required size later on.

None should be set as the final style for the lines one box further to the right (10). This is a default setting. It is always worth checking this setting, however. The box has two pop-up menus which you can use to select arrowheads, for example. The left-hand pop-up menu defines the final style for the start of the line, the right-hand pop-up menu the final style for the end of the line.

You define the catch mode with the four boxes 11 to 14 on the right. Click the right-hand box of the four (14) if it has not been selected yet.

>> 02 The first Line

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