Our plugins of the month provide nuggets of functionality. Since they come with the source code, they are also instructional aids for current users who are would-be programmers. The code shows how to extend Autodesk design applications. You can download all of the plugins of the month from the Autodesk Labs site.
Today I updated a batch of the AutoCAD plug-ins to add support for AutoCAD 2013.
- Average Point for AutoCAD
- DWF/PDF Batch Publish for AutoCAD
- Browse Photosynth for AutoCAD
- Clipboard Manager for AutoCAD
- DigSigStamp for AutoCAD
- Dimension Patrol for AutoCAD
- Facet Curve for AutoCAD
- Offset in Xref
- RefUcsSpy for AutoCAD
- Screenshot for AutoCAD
- ScriptPro 2.0 for AutoCAD
- Spiro for AutoCAD
- Xref States for AutoCAD
So now AutoCAD 2013 users can experience the thrill of doing a little coding to personalize how AutoCAD behaves for their business needs. As always, feedback is welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org. The plugins are free - so what's not to like?
Prospecting is alive in the lab.