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RockWorks16 - 2013.10.30

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We've uploaded a new build of RockWorks16 to our website, with the following new features, fixes, and improvements:


Level 5

- When reading floating point numbers in RCL files RockWorks falls back to the computers regional format setting if the US format conversion fails.


Level 4 and higher

- Spatial filters were removed from the Lithology Volumetrics.


Level 2 and higher

- New: LAS files can now be imported directly into the Utilities data sheet.

- New: You can enable text anti aliasing in RockPlot2D graphics (on by default) via the RockPlot2D tab of the General Preferences. Anti aliasing smooths the appearance of text on the screen and in raster exports but can make very small text appear fuzzy. With anti aliasing disabled small text may appear pixelated. This also works for RockPlot2D files displayed in ReportWorks.

- The Grid Editor menu items now work correctly.

- The Grid Editor Statistics report is now created and displayed.

- Fast Inverse Distance was not using the user specified number of points per borehole for Solid Modeling.

- Labels in Section Maps are no longer set to a 0 size font.

- Determined a workaround for Windows Vista for finding the correct text extents in RockPlot2D.

- Fixed a Range Check error for RockPlot3D Triangles when there was only 1 triangle in the list.


Level 1 and higher

- The current Vertical Exaggeration in RockPlot3D is now stored in the file and set upon loading.

- ReportWorks can now plot very high resolution pages with full color output.

- In RockPlot3D users were unable to tear off a scene after appending a file.

- Fixed Invalid Floating Point error when using the Zoom combobox in RockPlot2D when no scrollbars were visible.

- Failed exports of raster images from ReportWorks now generates a relevant error message.


To download the latest version of RockWorks16, follow these steps:

1. Click on this link:


2. Save the file to your local computer (e.g. Downloads folder or Desktop).

3. When the download has completed, you can run the installation. Do not uninstall the existing RockWorks first.

4. When the installation has completed, you can start up the RockWorks16 program.


Bon apetit!


Molly Mayfield

RockWare Inc.

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