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6 June 2020

     06:29  External workbenches diffhist 0 Keithsloan52 talk contribs
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     00:31  Ubuntu Snap‎‎ 7 changes history +880 [Vocx‎ (7×)]
00:31 (cur | prev) +319 Vocx talk contribs →‎Installation: In all systems where Snaps are to be installed, the Snap daemon must be installed first. The package is normally called snapd.
00:27 (cur | prev) +45 Vocx talk contribs →‎Links: older Snap by vejmarie, newer version of the Snap by ppd
00:24 (cur | prev) -4 Vocx talk contribs →‎Introduction: A Snap package has two main characteristics: programs are sandboxed, programs are updated automatically
00:17 (cur | prev) +132 Vocx talk contribs →‎Links: Older and newer versions of the Snap
00:14 (cur | prev) +137 Vocx talk contribs →‎Installation: Stable and development versions
00:05 (cur | prev) +148 Vocx talk contribs Snaps were introduced by Ubuntu but they are intended to run in all Linux distributions as long as the Snap daemon, or snapd, is available in the target system.
00:01 (cur | prev) +103 Vocx talk contribs →‎Introduction: Installation section
     00:09  Template:Userdocnavi diffhist +29 Vocx talk contribs Added Ubuntu Snap
     00:08  Install on Linux diffhist +32 Vocx talk contribs and Ubuntu Snaps for testing bleeding-edge features.

5 June 2020

N    23:59  Ubuntu Snap diffhist +993 Vocx talk contribs An Ubuntu Snap package, or just Snap, introduced by Ubuntu Linux, is a distribution format similar to AppImage in that it is intended to be a "universal installable package" to deploy software in Linux systems.
     23:04  Object name‎‎ 3 changes history +1,996 [Vocx‎ (3×)]
23:04 (cur | prev) +2 Vocx talk contribs →‎Getting an object by Name or Label: Make third level heading instead of second level
23:03 (cur | prev) +1,328 Vocx talk contribs Getting an object by Name or Label. All objects in a document are data attributes of the corresponding Document object. The attribute's name correspond to the internal Name of the object.
22:28 (cur | prev) +666 Vocx talk contribs Label2. This property was introduced in v0.19. It is a simple string that can contain arbitrary text, and therefore can be used for documenting (describing with more detail) the created object.
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21:41 Renatorivo talk contribs marked Draft PointArray for translation ‎
     08:13  Draft PointArray diffhist -269 Vocx talk contribs →‎Point compound: However, for Part Point, the net position is given by the sum of Placement with the vector with components X, Y, and Z.

4 June 2020

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     19:25  User hub diffhist -4 Renatorivo talk contribs Install_on_Linux
     19:20  Download diffhist +2 Renatorivo talk contribs Install_on_Linux
     19:15  Installing diffhist -3 Renatorivo talk contribs Install_on_Linux
     19:05  Template:Userdocnavi diffhist +1 Renatorivo talk contribs Install_on_Linux
     16:11  Install on Mac diffhist -20 Renatorivo talk contribs
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N    13:24  Install on Linux‎‎ 2 changes history +13,813 [Renatorivo‎ (2×)]
13:24 (cur | prev) +214 Renatorivo talk contribs
13:12 (cur | prev) +13,599 Renatorivo talk contribs Created page with "<languages/> <translate> {{Docnav |Install on Windows |Install on Mac }} ==Overview== </translate> {{TOCright}} <translate> The..."
     08:31  Draft PointArray‎‎ 7 changes history +3,788 [Vocx‎ (7×)]
08:31 (cur | prev) +1,257 Vocx talk contribs →‎Point compound: Note: the array will first try to position the copies by the Placement of the point, this applies to Draft Points and Part Points. In the case of sketcher Points, the position will be taken from its internal X, Y, and Z attributes.
07:49 (cur | prev) +22 Vocx talk contribs →‎Point compound: Repeat the previous method but instead of a compound use Draft_Upgrade to create a "Block".
07:48 (cur | prev) +525 Vocx talk contribs To create orthogonal, polar or circular arrays, use the corresponding Draft OrthoArray, Draft PolarArray, and Draft CircularArray tools.
07:42 (cur | prev) +462 Vocx talk contribs Improved code example with the new behavior introduced in v0.19
07:23 (cur | prev) +664 Vocx talk contribs Extra Placement: specifies an additional placement, translation and rotation, that will be applied to each copy in the array.
06:54 (cur | prev) +833 Vocx talk contribs In essence, the object to be used as the compound must have one of three properties, DataComponents, DataLinks, or DataGeometry; and inside that compound, there must be at least one point
06:15 (cur | prev) +25 Vocx talk contribs The PointArray tool can be used on any object that was a Part TopoShape, meaning 2D shapes created with the Draft Workbench, but also 3D solids created with the Part, PartDesign, or the Arch Workbenches.

3 June 2020

     20:57  Template:Code diffhist -33 Vocx talk contribs Remove lang=none, because it's not supported
     19:35  Download‎‎ 2 changes history +60 [Vocx‎ (2×)]
19:35 (cur | prev) -6 Vocx talk contribs Please see the Install on Unix page for more installation options, including daily packages for Ubuntu and derivatives.
19:34 (cur | prev) +66 Vocx talk contribs To compile the latest source code, see compiling.
     15:53  External workbenches diffhist +294 Keithsloan52 talk contribs Add ImportNURBS workbench for import 3dm files
     12:20  FreeCAD Scripting Basics diffhist +54 Roy 043 talk contribs Added: Category:Developer Documentation.
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     08:15  Object name diffhist +13 Vocx talk contribs <languages/> Bar