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KitCAD i3 KGC – flash player is being retired

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

Abobe Flash player is being retired; On December 31 – 2020, Adobe Systems will officially stop updating and distributing Adobe Flash. Web Browsers may allow users to disable the flash player plug-in causing web site versions of KitCAD i3 KGC to not render 3D.

The KitCAD i3 KGC x3dom10 folder requires new updates to maintain function without flash support, this update to 1.8.0 should be only applied to the web server versions of KitCAD i3 KGC. The 1.7.1 SWF file included within this update is to only maintain backwards compatibility with legacy browsers.

X3dom 1.8.0 has been updated from version 1.7.1, see update notice for more information.

The exe versions of KitCAD i3 KGC and above require the previous flash version of the x3dom10 folder (version 1.7.1).

Download and extract the KitCADi3_noflash_x3dom10 archive, extract the archive to the folder of C:\xampp\htdocs\library\i3 (example only)

KitCADi3_noflash_x3dom10: zip / 7z

HTTPS / SSL Service/s (enabled)

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

www.kitchenpages.com.au HTTPS
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Enabled services for HTTPS / SSL protocol; All/Shared access to the web site domain of www.kitchenpages.com.au and its service which supports HTTPS / SSL protocol usage has been enabled.

A non-Shared copy of a site can be located via https://www.kitchenpages.com.au/{sitename} and is enabled for public use of Kitchen Pages computer software Web site/s where required. Information on the new server will not be copied back to the original, nor the original to the copy – As an example, all Account logins will not copied from server to another server and will reside on the server where created and used.

Only versions of the feedback page and KitCAD i3 KCG rX are enabled for public use at this time. The grey padlock has been re-enabled for that version only; All other versions of i3/r3/r30/r35/r5/r50 will continue to display no graphic. Any versions of KitCAD i3 KGC that are not enabled for use will result in a site error upon access attempt.

HTTPS / SSL protocol supplied Web site page – Certificate Information :

The USERTRUST Network
Connection Encrypted (TLS EDHSE RSA WITH AES 128 GCM SHA256, 128 bit keys, TLS 1.2)
Uses: SSL Client Certificate, SSL Server Certificate.
Begins On Sunday, 10 June 2018.
Expres On Wednesday, 10 June 2020.
Serial Number 00:84:9D:37:97:93:93:9D:37:E3:7F:48:D6:71:43:38:45
SHA-256 Fingerprint 0E:6F:74:A6:6D:18:F1:FF:3B:15:28:28:52:75:CC:E3:
61:DC:7A:A3:D4:85:5C:17:92:67:BA:AF:7F:AF:7E:C3
SHA1 Fingerprint: 69:60:1D:2A:8E:2E:37:2D:47:E2:A4:56:70:1D:8E:C9:BE:A1:C3:F9
Country: US

Libsys i3 update – cbc2di

Friday, October 6th, 2017


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Added a new Object item titled cbc2di as an example corner base cabinet Object Item, into the KitCAD library system (for all versions where required). Some cabinet makers can stockpile such corner Object items or order prefabricated and use when they are required – as such there is no cutting list (two infills may be listed) and the default size is 900Wx600D X 900Wx600D. The default size should NOT be altered as for such cases will require another Object Item to be coded by the end user. Limited testing was performed at 900Wx600D X 900Wx600D and minor corrections may still be required. Some older Object Item code from the CnrBC2di Object item was recycled and modified to suit.

The example titled cbc2di was modeled from the former CnrBC2di which was created from BC2di. The example library system is not a correct representation but is instead used to teach and test function of KitCAD2, KitCAD i3 KGC and above.

The image above shows testing of the KPD format whist using KitCAD i3 KGC rX – the image shows: Red line as Rotation, Blue box/line for an Object Item, and Green box/line is a KPD Fixed Item (and used to code cbc2di).

See comments of this posting for more information and a manual download link.