Difference between revisions of "Translations:Getting started/12/en"

From FreeCAD Documentation
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Importing a new version from external source)
(Importing a new version from external source)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
The main concept behind the FreeCAD interface is that it is separated into [[workbenches|workbenches]]. A workbench is a collection of tools suited for a specific task, such as working with [[Mesh Module|meshes]], or drawing [[Draft Module|2D objects]], or [[Sketcher Workbench|constrained sketches]]. You can switch the current workbench with the [[Std_Workbench|workbench selector]]. You can [[Interface Customization|customize]] the tools included in each workbench, add tools from other workbenches or even self-created tools, that we call [[macros|macros]]. Widely used starting points are the [[PartDesign Workbench|PartDesign Workbench]] and [[Part Module|Part Workbench]].
+
The main concept behind the FreeCAD interface is that it is separated into [[workbenches|workbenches]]. A workbench is a collection of tools suited for a specific task, such as working with [[Mesh Module|meshes]], or drawing [[Draft_Module|2D objects]], or [[Sketcher Workbench|constrained sketches]]. You can switch the current workbench with the [[Std_Workbench|workbench selector]]. You can [[Interface Customization|customize]] the tools included in each workbench, add tools from other workbenches or even self-created tools, that we call [[macros|macros]]. Widely used starting points are the [[PartDesign Workbench|PartDesign Workbench]] and [[Part Module|Part Workbench]].

Latest revision as of 22:34, 15 March 2020

Information about message (contribute)
This message has no documentation. If you know where or how this message is used, you can help other translators by adding documentation to this message.
Message definition (Getting started)
The main concept behind the FreeCAD interface is that it is separated into [[workbenches|workbenches]]. A workbench is a collection of tools suited for a specific task, such as working with [[Mesh Module|meshes]], or drawing [[Draft_Module|2D objects]], or [[Sketcher Workbench|constrained sketches]]. You can switch the current workbench with the [[Std_Workbench|workbench selector]]. You can [[Interface Customization|customize]] the tools included in each workbench, add tools from other workbenches or even self-created tools, that we call [[macros|macros]]. Widely used starting points are the [[PartDesign Workbench|PartDesign Workbench]] and [[Part Module|Part Workbench]].
TranslationThe main concept behind the FreeCAD interface is that it is separated into [[workbenches|workbenches]]. A workbench is a collection of tools suited for a specific task, such as working with [[Mesh Module|meshes]], or drawing [[Draft_Module|2D objects]], or [[Sketcher Workbench|constrained sketches]]. You can switch the current workbench with the [[Std_Workbench|workbench selector]]. You can [[Interface Customization|customize]] the tools included in each workbench, add tools from other workbenches or even self-created tools, that we call [[macros|macros]]. Widely used starting points are the [[PartDesign Workbench|PartDesign Workbench]] and [[Part Module|Part Workbench]].

The main concept behind the FreeCAD interface is that it is separated into workbenches. A workbench is a collection of tools suited for a specific task, such as working with meshes, or drawing 2D objects, or constrained sketches. You can switch the current workbench with the workbench selector. You can customize the tools included in each workbench, add tools from other workbenches or even self-created tools, that we call macros. Widely used starting points are the PartDesign Workbench and Part Workbench.