Sunday, January 21, 2007

Nemetschek NA Releases VectorWorks v12.5.1


COLUMBIA, Maryland, January 10, 2007 - Nemetschek North America announced today the release of VectorWorks version 12.5.1, a maintenance update for VectorWorks Designer, VectorWorks Architect, VectorWorks Landmark, VectorWorks Spotlight, VectorWorks Machine Design, VectorWorks Fundamentals, and RenderWorks.

"As with any major VectorWorks release, it is our goal to improve the stability and performance of that release, as well as respond to our users and address any problems they may encounter," says Paul Pharr, Nemetschek North America's chief technology officer. "With VectorWorks 12.5.1, we've worked to resolve our users' most frequently reported issues with VectorWorks 12.5."

VectorWorks 12.5.1 contains important fixes that improve the program's stability and robustness, particularly when opening and saving files over a Macintosh network. Memory and other issues when working with viewports, as well as stacked layers, have been improved. In addition, 3D snapping accuracy when working with symbols, groups, and other objects has been improved.

For complete information on new and enhanced features in VectorWorks 12.5.1, go to www.nemetschek.net/upgrade/index.php.

For more information and to download the 12.5.1 update at no charge, visit www.nemetschek.net/downloads/fundamentals/version12/12.5.1.php.

Nemetschek North America is a wholly-owned subsidiary of European software giant Nemetschek AG. A global leader in design technologies, Nemetschek N.A. has been developing CAD software for the AEC, entertainment, landscape design, and manufacturing fields since 1985. VectorWorks, its flagship product, is one of the world's best-selling cross-platform CAD applications. An all-in-one solution that's easier to learn and use and more cost-effective than most other CAD programs, VectorWorks is ideal for firms that don't have unlimited IT budgets. For more information, visit www.nemetschek.net.

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