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5077Re: [atlas_craftsman] Re: OT: Anybody interested in CAD

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  • Ronald Thibault
    Aug 5, 2000
      At 09:00 AM 8/1/00 -0500, you wrote:
      >catboat15@... wrote:
      > > Cad was easy when I had a DOS computer, Used Generic Cadd6 from Autodesk.
      > > All the cad programs I have tried for windows want to do just TOO much for
      > > me, automatically put in 90 degree angles, tangents etc. I want to be
      > able to
      > > control when I want those features. I can still make DOS drawings, but then
      > > my printer won't accept DOS commands.
      > > John Meacham
      >Right on, that's the problem with too much tech help from Windows.
      >The printer is only responsive to Windows plug n play commands.
      > I think we have about come full circle in usefulness, and I still
      >have my old 386 operating in dos 6.2 for word processing and DBase.
      >Works better and faster, and it doesn't make weird moves I don't want.
      > Jack F

      If the two programs have compatible files, draw in DOS and use the Windows
      version to print it.

      Ron Thibault
      North Augusta, SC USA
      Builder Miinie #2
      Captain R/C Combat Ship USS Arizona
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