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New Features

Putting the needs of the designer is at the forefront of our minds when we look at making any changes to 2020 Fusion. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to create stunning designs quickly and efficiently which is why we are constantly looking at ways to save time, enhance design aids and improve functionality which will, in turn, help you produce better designs that wow your customers.


New Rendering System

2020 Fusion’s new rendering system delivers great quality without the wait. Four ‘Planning’ level renders (Wireframe, White Fill, Colour Fill and Draft) take no time at all, supporting the need to work quickly and efficiently during the design phase. A ‘Presentation’ render (~10 seconds) brings an unrivaled level of detail to the live sales environment, while ‘Presentation Plus’ offers an even greater degree of quality in a matter of minutes.


Background Process Rendering

2020 Fusion’s background processing mechanism now also applies to presentation level rendering. This means that designers can undertake multiple actions without having to wait for a render to finish first. Renders can be easily interrupted or changed and will automatically restart following any adjustments to the design.


New Named Views Solution

2020 Fusion’s Named View system has been completely reinvented to offer designers a more user-friendly and consistent solution. Using a ‘tab’ mechanism similar to that of Microsoft Excel, both automatically generated and user-defined named views can be easily created, recalled, manipulated and presented.


2020 Fusion v6

Mouse Wheel Zoom

Quickly and easily zoom in and out on a view in plan, elevation or perspective by rotating the wheel on your mouse forwards or backwards. When zoomed in, hold down the mouse wheel to drag the view to a desired position.


Snapping Indicators

Specific functions that reference snapping points in a design are now further enhanced via the use of visual indicators. Snapping indicators now appear when applying manual dimensions, measuring, tiling and when placing linear items using the single or multi line tools.


Modify Attributes for Multiple Items

This time saving enhancement allows a user to select multiple items in a design and make the same change to common attributes via the ‘Items’ tab. It is therefore now easier than ever to change dimensions, properties, positions and categories for more than one item at a time.


Numeric Annotation Enhancements

Previous versions of 2020 Fusion allowed various numeric annotation sorting methods to be applied across different view types; for many users this was confusing. Now, consistent numbering is guaranteed across all views in a design by solely referencing the numeric sorting method defined in the Item List view.


Style Prompt for Replaced Items

When replacing an item(s) that resides in a style block other than the default, 2020 Fusion now prompts you to decide whether you wish to assign the replacement item to the default style (previously applied automatically), or whether the replacement item should be added to the same style block as the item being replaced.


Updated Help System

2020 Fusion’s newly updated online help system is accessible via the F1 key command and will launch an extensive library of reference materials. In addition, ‘Tell me what you want to do…’ emulates corresponding functionality in MS-Office 2016, allowing you to quickly search for and easily select menu options and commands.


64 Bit Application

2020 Fusion Version 6 is only available as a 64-bit application. A minimum of a 2GB dedicated DirectX 11 compatible graphics card is required. For users of high resolution screens, a 4GB graphics card is recommended.

Rendering in the Background

2020 Fusion’s background processing mechanism now also applies to presentation level rendering. This means that designers can undertake multiple actions without having to wait for a render to finish first. Renders can be easily interrupted or changed and will automatically restart following any adjustments to the design.

Named Views

2020 Fusion’s Named View system has been completely reinvented to offer designers a more user-friendly and consistent solution. Using a ‘tab’ mechanism similar to that of Microsoft Excel, both automatically generated and user-defined named views can be easily created, recalled, manipulated and presented.

Mouse Wheel Zoom

Quickly and easily zoom in and out on a view in plan, elevation or perspective by rotating the wheel on your mouse forwards or backwards. When zoomed in, hold down the mouse wheel to drag the view to a desired position.

Snapping Indicators

Specific functions that reference snapping points in a design are now further enhanced via the use of visual indicators. Snapping indicators now appear when applying manual dimensions, measuring, tiling and when placing linear items using the single or multi line tools.

Modify Attributes for Multiple Items

This time saving enhancement allows a user to select multiple items in a design and make the same change to common attributes via the ‘Items’ tab. It is therefore now easier than ever to change dimensions, properties, positions and categories for more than one item at a time.

Annotation Enhancements

Previous versions of 2020 Fusion allowed various numeric annotation sorting methods to be applied across different view types; for many users this was confusing. Now, consistent numbering is guaranteed across all views in a design by solely referencing the numeric sorting method defined in the Item List view.

64 Bit Application

2020 Fusion Version 6 is only available as a 64-bit application. A minimum of a 2GB dedicated DirectX 11 compatible graphics card is required. For users of high resolution screens, a 4GB graphics card is recommended.

Updated Help System

2020 Fusion’s newly updated online help system is accessible via the F1 key command and will launch an extensive library of reference materials. In addition, ‘Tell me what you want to do…’ emulates corresponding functionality in MS-Office 2016, allowing you to quickly search for and easily select menu options and commands.

Style Prompt

When replacing an item(s) that resides in a style block other than the default, 2020 Fusion now prompts you to decide whether you wish to assign the replacement item to the default style (previously applied automatically), or whether the replacement item should be added to the same style block as the item being replaced.

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