New Wiring Diagram Features
Wiring Diagram Upgrades - New Features Available Now
We have heard your feedback! On November 16, 2016, we launched an improved way to navigate our latest wiring diagrams. These
improvements have vastly simplified and smoothed the image navigation. Check out these new navigational features available
for all wiring diagrams:
- New zoom, rotate and move buttons to give you additional flexibility when working with the diagram. These buttons can be replaced
by using your mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out. Your mouse can also be used to navigate the wiring diagram by clicking
and moving the image left/right/up/down.Â
- Full diagram mini window allows you to click on a section within the overall view and be navigated to this section within
- Full Screen mode improvements display the wiring diagram across the entire screen area versus the previously limited space.Â
- Mobile viewing capability enables you to navigate the wiring diagram anywhere you have internet access.
New Feature Being Rolled Out
In addition to the features described above, all newly created wiring diagrams will include:
- Hot Spots Navigation that allows you to pick a part to view and be instantly zoomed into the proper location on the diagram.
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quickly as possible.