On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Keith Hyland wrote:
> that brings me to the cad application:
>> I work in a Microsoft centric company. I have to use AutoCad; there is no
> Linux version, there no apparant plans for a Linux version.
> however, VariCAD (http://www.varicad.com/) looks useful.
Also QCAD is not half bad for 2D, although it's slightly rigid/clumsy in
the way the tools work, and can't import blocks, so it's not advisable
for multi-drawing projects.
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