You can do this by clicking on a dimension and renaming it in the "Primary Value" box of the dimension properties.In this example, the 50mm dimension has been renamed to "Height" and the 100mm dimension has been renamed to "Width".The technology developed to enable this local printing capability has now been expanded to support local viewing.This allows you to open the PDF, Native, and generic CAD files that have been uploaded to Flatter Files locally with a single click.With the new improved version of the macro, you no longer need to have only 1 cut list item, nor do you need to have a cut list item with a specific name.This macro uses the Bounding Box length and Bounding box width properties to give you a combined property called Dimensions.
This has been very beneficial because both Chrome and Firefox have inconsistencies when printing from the browser where as Adobe Reader has no such issues.
The new property is added at the bottom of the existing list of cut list properties.
You can use this property in a BOM by adding a new column and selecting Custom property as the option, then specifying Dimensions as the property to use.
Notice that this example uses the Height and Width dimensions named earlier.
A few months ago we released the Flatter Files Extension which made it possible to print with Adobe Reader from Chrome.