to the major developments in ScotWeave Technical Weaver and the
general improvements to 3D modelling, the following new features
have been added to ScotWeave software
A new paint brush interface has been designed for ease of use. The
new interface sits in a window at he bottom of the screen and allows
access to a range of advanced system brushes as well as the
standard user-defined square and round brushes.
of Key, Mask and Tran colours has been revised, as has the
general operation of colour lists. These now work directly from
the palette. You can RIGHT click in the palette to add a colour
to the Key, mask, Tran lists or you can drag and drop a colour from
the palette and onto one of the Key, Mask or Tran icons at the bottom
of the palette window.
A new option allows you to scan an image directly into Drape,
whereas previously you would have to import a scanned image from
A new option to print all of the base weaves in a selected folder
allows faster printing of weave libraries and also features more
than one weave per page (where weave sizes permit).
Support for Dornier Terry fabric looms has been added.
A new window allows easier assignment of weft selectors for
a design and also permits the assignment of more than one selector
per yarn. You can also "randomise" multiple weft selectors
to avoid patterning effects when using more than one selector.
A new File Conversion utility program has been added to the
ScotWeave main menu. This allows the conversion of other file formats
into ScotWeave and also the conversion of some ScotWeave file formats
into standard formats. Crucially, the FileConvert utility allows
you to process multiple files (e.g. all the files in a selected
folder) making it much easier to perform mass conversions.