Export faceplate and template views in PNG, JPG, and PDF, in several sizes.
Export equipment summary to TXT and HTML
Print faceplate and template views in actual size (tiled over multiple pages) or fit in window.
eData Update Center, for update of the panel templates and fixes-improvements to the application
Graphics in SVG, for crispier detail and more accurate diplay.
Over 560 different panel templates.
Multiple levels of zoom
Work in Faceplate view
Work in Template view (cutout)
View the Top view of the panel (equipment depth)
Assign a specified space between objects tool
Rulers and guides
View and Print a panel in nightime lighting
Change the color of the panel
Work in INCHES, CM, or PT
Snap to guides. Selectable hotspot.
Detailed Information pane
Able to assign-modify dimensions to placed items (faceplate and template data)
Duplicate switches and fuses vertically and horizontally
Multiple open documents
Copy and paste between open documents
You may ask what the “J” stands for? It stands for Java, the propgramming language our software uses.
Why Java? We wanted to make the most versatile, extendable application, and we selected java as the appropiate solution, since it is not platform-specific, has leading edge standards and supports the additional technologies we wanted to implement on this project.
Data in XML. XML (extended markup language) has become the standard in data exchenge technologies, and thus, having the data information in XML makes the application easier to maintain, the data easier to exchange and the update posibilities endless, since the data is in a uniform web aware standard.
Graphics in SVG. Scalable Vector Graphics is soon to become the standard in graphics formats, because is an open standard, strongly backed by its XML foundation, and it is an elegant solution to display graphics in an application, because it is resolution independant, allows for morphing (between template and faceplate view), and it is easier to maintain than Bitmap images. Also, it allows One Mile Up to continue its lifelong commitment to vector graphics.
1 GB free space in your Hard Disk
Internet Connection for Database and Application updates
Windows 7/8/10+, XP.
Pentium III or higher processor (733Mhz or higher recommended)
Macintosh OS X 10.8.3 or higher with the most recent Software Updates (Users of 10.7 please call for a special edition.)
G3 or higher processor (733Mhz or higher recommended)
Comes in Disk Image for simple Mac-like installation.
Panel Planner ships with Java already bundled. There is no need to download any other version.
Windows user must run Panel Planer in “Run as Administrator” mode. Right-click the Panel Planner icon to select that option. Monitor resolution should not be above 1900 dpi.
Macintosh users must have the software in the Applications folder.
Before installing turn off Macintosh Applications Only to allow 3rd party software in the Security option in System Preferences.
Mac users of Snow Leopard and earlier will need a different PPJ as back then Apple included Java.
Please be sure to restart Panel Planner J after ordering this update. That resets your serial number.