Planswift doesn’t work natively on Apple products, however utilising software called Parallels it is possible to run Planswift on a Mac. Parallels will run a virtual Windows operating system on your Mac that can then have Planswift installed and running properly.
To move PlanSwift data files to a different computer, start by uninstalling PlanSwift. Uninstalling PlanSwift does not remove the PlanSwift directory, and it also does not delete your data, templates, and other files. An example of the files and directories remaining in the PlanSwift directory after an uninstall is shown in the figure below. View the […]
From within the Software License Options section you can remove or activate your PlanSwift software license. To uninstall Planswift please read the following tutorial. For further information regarding activing your license please read the full tutorial here.
From within the Templates tab, you can create assemblies for use in estimating and takeoff before you need them, and you can export or import them into jobs. Assemblies allow you to pre-build all of the materials and tools you will need for a specific item, such as concrete slabs. View the full tutorial here.
PlanSwift has created a plugin called PlanSwift 3D Viewer that is used for viewing 3D area, 3D linear, 3D segment, and 3D count items in three dimensions. To be viewed in 3D, takeoffs must be performed using the PlanSwift 3D Viewer takeoff tools. The PlanSwift 3D Viewer Plugin User Guide is available to guide you […]
Having a backup for any program is essential for keeping your information safe and secure. This is no different in PlanSwift. There are two main ways to backup your work on PlanSwift. One using data storage and the other using folders inside of PlanSwift. Read the full tutorial to ensure your backups are in place […]