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We have used Multiframe for several years.  I like it very much for
analysis of frames.  It is the best analysis program for steel frames that
I have used.





"Dennis S. Wish PE" <wish(--nospam--at)cwia.com> on 10/29/98 10:23:15 PM

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Subject:  Multi-Frame - Any Users




With all the talk about Windows and DOS based software, we hear very little
about Multi-Frame. Isn't this a MAC based software only? I received a
package from the developer, but it was not clear if it was offered in other
than MAC format.
I'm curious, are there many Multi-Frame users and what is your opinion of
the software? Also, have you been able to make any comparisons to DOS based
products - ie, reliability, accuracy, ease of use.
Please let me know what you think.

Dennis Wish PE
Editor SEAint Online

With all the talk about Windows and DOS based software, we hear very little about Multi-Frame. Isn't this a MAC based software only? I received a package from the developer, but it was not clear if it was offered in other than MAC format.
I'm curious, are there many Multi-Frame users and what is your opinion of the software? Also, have you been able to make any comparisons to DOS based products - ie, reliability, accuracy, ease of use.
Please let me know what you think.
 
Dennis Wish PE
Editor SEAint Online