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- Subject: Re: Attachments and tables
- From: seaint-return(--nospam--at)seaint.org
- Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1998 18:09:02 -0500
A similar thread was started about a year and a half ago when I posted an acad .dwf file and got flamed. Then consensus then was no way no how on file attachments. It's good to see that the consensus is softening a little. For those of you not familiar with dwf files they are drawing file specifically for the internet. All you have to do is download (free) a whip driver from autodesk. When someone sends you a dwf file you click on the icon and it opens in your web browser. You do not have to even own autocad to be able to view the drawing. This would be particularly helpful in discussions about specific, complicated details. It seems that this would enable our discussions to evolve closer to a "back of the envelope" type sketch and discuss situation. Maybe in certain situations we can use this in the future. John Jones Pell City, AL BTW, the file size for dwf files is about 2/3 that of a dwg file.
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