You can now specify the distances of the first and last rafter or purlin to the roof edges for rafter and purlin roofs. You can enter values independently of each other. These are then also the first rafters or purlins that can be used for the roof fixings.
This is also marked accordingly in the PDF assembly plan.
Roofs or module fields can be copied directly. This saves a lot of time in projects with many similar roofs or planning areas. It is especially useful if there are several similar roofs or large areas for many identical module fields.
From now on, your ballast planning with stones will not only be displayed in the results. The ballasting plan as Excel file and the PDF report now also display the number of stones with the individual weight if this has been activated in the results.
Thus you have a simple tool for a simple ballast placement directly for printing out for the building site.
Full-surface module fields can now also be edited in their dimensions subsequently. To do this, the edit button in the tools under "design" must be selected once in order to release the module field for editing.