© 2021 NFR Partners Inc. Portland Maine USA

February 2021 Next version Information

• Editor converted to native 64 bit program • New color “styles” simplify tailoring to user taste • Backplotter improvements ◦ Arrow keys can now be used for panning ◦ CL file tool axis can be hidden ◦ New print options (Create bitmap, copy to clipboard) ◦ Improved interface showing more information ◦ Better replay slow-speed control ◦ More warnings on questionable program blocks ◦ Better STL overlay sectioning for lathe programs • New auxiliary toolbar buttons • Better Fanuc macro handling of missing brackets • General Analysis ◦ Now supports many Okuma lathe cycles ◦ More warnings on questionable program blocks • File Open, Save, SaveAs, Insert, and DNC operations can be logged to a central file • DNC provides options for networked controls • Heidenhain→Fanuc conversion retains comments • Minor interface improvements and changes • Bug fixes

February 2020 EditNC 11.6 is available

11.6 can be installed over any 11.X release and is available at no charge to R11 licensees. Highlights: Work coordinate support has been expanded Selecting an element in the backplotter now displays more detailed information General Analysis now shows Fanuc variables with crossrefence (where-used) list Backplotter STL and DXF overlay functions improved and moved to main backplotter menu Analysis - Cycle time estimates improved for lathe cycles Okuma support for lathe cycles added to backplotter A Word About (Computer) Viruses We are receiving some reports of warnings created by malware checkers.. We test our code against several malware checkers but can’t test them all. Our release 11.2 setup file recently showed zero hits from 64 checkers and the 11.2 editor exe file showed 4 hits out of 66 checkers. Microsoft Windows Defender for Windows R10 has reported possible malware also. We have reported these as false positives to several vendors and without exception have received responses stating that the files were indeed clean. Note that the editor is signed using both SHA-1 and SHA256 certificates. If your malware detector reports any of our software as infected, please have the vendor analyze the file (most or all provide easy-to-use procedures for doing this) and let us know also as we can follow up. Thank you.

EditNC by NFR Partners Inc

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© 2018 NFR Partners Inc. Portland Maine USA

February 2021 Next version Information

• Editor converted to native 64 bit program • New color “styles” simplify tailoring to user taste • Backplotter improvements ◦ Arrow keys can now be used for panning ◦ CL file tool axis can be hidden ◦ New print options (Create bitmap, copy to clipboard) ◦ Improved interface showing more information ◦ Better replay slow-speed control ◦ More warnings on questionable program blocks ◦ Better STL overlay sectioning for lathe programs • New auxiliary toolbar buttons • Better Fanuc macro handling of missing brackets • General Analysis ◦ Now supports many Okuma lathe cycles ◦ More warnings on questionable program blocks • File Open, Save, SaveAs, Insert, and DNC operations can be logged to a central file • DNC provides options for networked controls • Heidenhain→Fanuc conversion retains comments • Minor interface improvements and changes • Bug fixes

February 2020 EditNC 11.6 is available

11.6 can be installed over any 11.X release and is available at no charge to R11 licensees. Highlights: Work coordinate support has been expanded Selecting an element in the backplotter now displays more detailed information General Analysis now shows Fanuc variables with crossrefence (where-used) list Backplotter STL and DXF overlay functions improved and moved to main backplotter menu Analysis - Cycle time estimates improved for lathe cycles Okuma support for lathe cycles added to backplotter A Word About (Computer) Viruses We are receiving some reports of warnings created by malware checkers.. We test our code against several malware checkers but can’t test them all. Our release 11.2 setup file recently showed zero hits from 64 checkers and the 11.2 editor exe file showed 4 hits out of 66 checkers. Microsoft Windows Defender for Windows R10 has reported possible malware also. We have reported these as false positives to several vendors and without exception have received responses stating that the files were indeed clean. Note that the editor is signed using both SHA-1 and SHA256 certificates. If your malware detector reports any of our software as infected, please have the vendor analyze the file (most or all provide easy-to-use procedures for doing this) and let us know also as we can follow up. Thank you.

EditNC by NFR Partners Inc

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