This will explain the User Interface and features.
Splash Screen – opens when you launch FenestraPro for Revit. Select an option for your model.
Main Window – made up of the Dashboard, Managers and Toolbar
Footer – provides controls for collapsing the window, opacity, Settings and for Signing into your Account or the Cloud Service (subscription required).
Building Manager – This provides settings for the project. Calculate the Solar Loads here and include Shading Effects is required.
Target – Create a Building Code and review element properties in the model.
Facade Manager for Mass Models – Settings that apply to the entire project or selected Facades/Surfaces. The Interface will adjust depending on what is selected in the Facade Navigator.
User Controls for Selected Facades/Surfaces (Mass Models only)
Facade Manager for Detailed Models – Details of glazing elements are displayed.
Custom Properties – provides custom property settings for individual glazed elements (other instances will not be modified)
Custom Groups – provides creation of a Group with favorite/most relevant Surfaces
Linc – modify Glazing Properties by filtering and selecting a Glass Type
Surface Fix – resolve thermal properties for glazing by having Linc suggest Glass Types
Glazing Tool – provides control over nested panel materials and properties
Snapshots – export the data to a Excel or HTML report