Articles for the ‘Catalogue Browser’ Category

The Catalogues Tab
Last modified: Nov 19, 2018

On the Catalogues tab, you can make the following settings: Catalogue Settings This section contains the following options, related to objects from the Catalogue Browser and Catalogue Creator: Keep catalogue files after uninstalling catalogue:  selected by default. When this option is selected, catalogue data that has been downloaded will be retained upon uninstallation of the ...

Catalogue Browser: Extra
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

In the Extra section there are five options: Picklist, Finish Legend, System Validation, Side Elevation View Area, and Project Information. They are presented further below Picklist The Picklist tool lets you add a picklist to your drawing. By double-clicking the picklist, the Picklist editor opens. Here, you can edit and change which information should be ...

Catalogue Browser: Catalogue Favorites
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

You can right-click symbols in the Catalogue Browser and save it as a favorite. Your favorites are then shown in the Catalogue Favorites field: Right-clicking a thumbnail will bring up five options: Properties: Opens the quick properties of the symbol where you can change the default settings of the symbol. Symbol replace: Opens the Symbol ...

Catalogue Browser: Recent
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

In the Recent section, you will find symbols that you have recently used. Click on a thumbnail to select a symbol if you want to place it in your drawing. Right-clicking a thumbnail in this view will bring up three options: Symbol replace: Opens the Symbol replace dialog. Save to Catalogue favorites: Adds the symbol ...

Catalogue Browser: Search Selection
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

The Search selection checkboxes, below the Search Result, gives you the possibility to choose in which information you want to search for a certain symbol. This is useful if you, for example, want to do a more detailed search but don’t have the entire part number. By keeping only the Part Number option checked, you ...

Catalogue Browser: Search Result
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

The search function helps you to search for specific symbols in the Catalogue Browser. It is an extensive search function which lets you search for part numbers, description of symbols, symbol names, company names and much more. The result of a search is shown below the Search Result section, as shown below. The search function ...

Catalogues Window: Tool Bar
Last modified: Nov 08, 2018

At the top of the window is the tool bar with the following tools: Catalogue Selection: Opens the Catalogue selection dialog where catalogues can be installed / uninstalled. Catalogues Settings: Opens the Catalogues tab in the Control Panel where you can adjust the Catalogues settings. New data is available – press to update view: this ...

Catalogues Window: Product Info Pane
Last modified: Nov 07, 2018

The rightmost part of the window is the Product info pane which shows a larger image and  a more detailed description of the currently selected symbol. The Product info pane is not shown as default, but is accessed from the Toolbar at the top of the window.   Related posts: Catalogues Window: Tool Bar Catalogues ...

Catalogues Window: Viewing Area
Last modified: Nov 07, 2018

The center area in the Catalogues window is called the Viewing area. This is where all symbols are displayed, each symbol is displayed with a thumbnail, part number and description. If you right-click the description or the part number, three options are displayed. Filter: Opens a filter dialog where you can chose if you want ...

Catalogues Window: Browsing Area
Last modified: Nov 26, 2018

Browsing area The leftmost part of the Catalogues window is the Browsing area for your symbols. Here, you can browse through Catalogues you have chosen to display from the Catalogues selection dialog. Browse by using the tree view or by the folders to the left of the tree view. You can choose which content of the ...

About the Catalogue Browser
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

The Catalogue Browser is a CET Designer Extension that lets you browse through online Catalogues from different manufacturers and use their products in your drawings. A Catalogue is a collection of a manufacturer’s products, stored in an online database and downloaded as needed. Follow the links to learn more about the different sections in the ...

Catalogues Explorer
Last modified: Nov 26, 2018

The main purpose of the Catalogues Explorer is to browse for the symbols you would like to use in your drawing. You can also edit the contents of your Picklists in the Picklist Editor and make Catalogues available offline. The Catalogues Explorer is accessed from the Catalogue Browser component tab. There are four main areas in the Catalogues ...

Catalogues Settings
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

The Catalogues Settings dialog is found in the top left corner of the Catalogues dialog, but can also be opened from the main CET Designer Tools menu. In the settings dialog you find four tabs: Language, Geometry, File Transfer and Catalogue Selection. Related posts: The Catalogues Tab Catalogues Explorer Catalogues Window: Tool Bar Catalogues Window: ...

Symbol Replace
Last modified: Aug 10, 2018

The Symbol replace dialog provides a quick way to replace symbols in your drawing. This is useful if you have a large amount of symbols in the drawing and wish to replace some, or maybe all of them with a different symbol. The Symbol replace dialog can be accessed from different locations but it is ...