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But, let me guess, you stopped at R12 (dos), right?
You should see a R14 demo - requires Win95 or NT :o(
or at least see the platform/version performance tests in
last month's Cadalyst magazine. R14 on a Pentium Pro or II
is pretty "wowie-zowie" compared to a DOS version running
on a mere Pentium.

Regards,
Bill Allen
-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Turk <73527.1356(--nospam--at)compuserve.com>
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Date: Tuesday, October 28, 1997 11:37 AM
Subject: Re: SEAOC CAD STANDARDS


>Bill Allen said:
>
>. > I didn't know that Acad had a release 5.0. I thought they
>. > went from version 2.5 something to version 9.
>
>You are right, Bill.  I started with 2.5 (that's where the 5 came in!).
That
>version had a dongle on the parallel printer port that got AutoCad users up
>in arms, so AutoCad replaced (at no cost) domestic versions of that release
>with version 2.51, then version 2.6, then Release 9.  (If I hadn't been
lazy,
>I would have pulled the AutoCad Reference Manual from my shelf and looked
in
>the "Revision History," Appendix D, before I sent that last message.)
>
>A. Roger Turk, P.E.(Structural)
>Tucson, Arizona
>
>
>