Version 3.0 Release Notes

Version 3.0: Date of Release: October 2017

Summary of Major Changes

  • StructureSolver is now available in 64 bit as well as 32 bit versions.
  • Memory management has been greatly improved, allowing you to use large images and handle many structural components (particularly for the preferred 64 bit version).
  • There are numerous improvements to usability of StructureSolver functions.
  • We have added major new functionality to allow you to create and manage individual structural components.
  • We have expanded the range of restoration options to include flexural slip and inclined shear, and rotation.
  • The automatic method for connecting horizon segments across faults, which was already robust in previous versions, was further improved.
  • Numerous additional structural computations were parallelized to improve speed.

Detailed Description of Changes

StructureSolver Interface

  • When you click on the Help button on any dialog, the appropriate Help page now opens automatically, without you needing to click on field in the dialog (as in previous versions).

File Menu

  • When you Save for Illustrator Or Inkscape, any image file is now embedded within the Scalable Vector Graphics (.SVG) file, rather than being output as a separate .JPEG file, as in previous versions.

Edit Menu

  • Import From Solution now has expanded options including the ability to import structural components, and to choose between importing all elements or only shown elements. Your workspace is also automatically expanded as needed on import.

Display Menu

Interpret Menu

  • New functionality has been added for interpreting on structural components.

Structural Components Menu

  • We have added major new functionality to allow you to create and manage individual structural components.
  • This allow you to dissect and analyze complex structures in a very intuitive way.

Restoration Menu

  • We have expanded the range of restoration options to include flexural slip, inclined shear, and rotation.
  • The automatic method for connecting horizon segments across faults, which was already robust in previous versions, was further improved.