LanFlow is a drawing tool for laying out, designing, and documenting a network, LAN, internet, or other communications system. Drop in components like computers, workstations, and servers and then connect them with lines and cables of all sorts. Choose your components from the built-in symbols, clip-art, and icons or add your own using any Windows metafile, bitmap, or JPEG (web) graphic. Use simple lines to connect your components or use dashes, curves, arrows or complex combinations for any type of line you like. You can enter explanatory text at any location, using a grid that helps you to keep your work symmetrical and aligned. LanFlow contains extensive features such as full zoom, OLE connectivity for inserting charts in other documents, poster printing, graphics import and export, automatic routing, curves, flow symbols, and much more. It comes with a set of simple outline components and a full set of 3D network equipment sumbols designed to resemble the standards being set by Cisco Systems in their training, books, and documentation.
What's new in this version:
- Fixed a bug that caused a system crash for some users when entering the Page Set-up screen. The symptom is a severe error, often stating that an illegal instruction has occured followed by an immediate exit of the program. It was ocurring mostly on Windows 98 computers that had an HP Laserjet PCL printer as the default printer (model IIIP, 4P, 4M, 4L, 4MV, 4SI, 5P). Others could also be affected.