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I have had no problems running TJspec within windows 95'. Just loaded it &
created a shortcut,
windows 95' has pretty much cornered the market in PC user interface.

At 10:59 AM 6/30/96 -0700, you wrote:
>BLUECOUGAR(--nospam--at) wrote:
>> True,  however Truss Joist McMillian is about to release a new version of
>> TJ-Beam and TJ-Spec combined with an upgraded security system that will be
>> fully compatible with Windows 95.  I found this out after I had crashed both
>> of my copies after purchasing a new Computer with  windows 95.
>> Jay Crawford
>I spoke to Brian Smith - the TJ representative for southern California 
>regarding this as well. The TJ-Beam and TJ-Spec programs are not ready 
>and will not be ready for many months to come. They are focusing on 
>their commercial product for the Lumber Yards and Fabricators first. 
>This product generates framing plans and provides a take-off for 
>Unfortunately, the engineering community will have to wait for an update 
>- at least through the rest of this year. If Brian is wrong, please let 
>me know. I request this information from most vendors so that I can 
>properly report it in the SEAOC Online  journal. 
>Dennis Wish PE
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