Reading PDF - a cry for help

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at
Thu Sep 29 13:52:44 EDT 2011


yes. MD is a great product.  It was the first piece of Mac software I ever
purchased in 1987. In fact, for a moment in testing in a Egghead software
store, I could have gone to either platform. I asked to see a PC product and
MacDraft. There was no comparison.  I bought MacDraft and spec'd macs for
A&M studios the next day.

AutoCad for mac is already here.... FREE

On 29 September 2011 10:40, Joe Lewis Wilkins <pepetoo at> wrote:

> Thanks Stephen. I'll take a look at Clairfy. MD provides DWG and DXF
> translations, but I rarely have need for them, avoiding AutoCAD like the
> plague as I always have, though I've heard they're going to come back to the
> Mac shortly. Maybe already. I've been a beta tester for MD for about 15
> years.
> Joe Wilkins
> On Sep 29, 2011, at 10:19 AM, stephen barncard wrote:
> > Not sure about your needs but...
> >
> > You can save a lot of time between MacDraft and PDFs  by using Blue
> Mango's
> > wonderful and fully supported "Clairfy".  Select, copy to PDF in one step
> > with annotations available and online distribution if you want.
> >
> > It's FREE and highly recommended.
> >
> > Get Clarify HERE <>
> >
> > If your work includes MacDraft, you should know about the (Autocad
> standard)
> > DWG/DXF import and export feature. It is all plain text and human
> readable,
> > with point, line and position data that some of which could be turned
> into
> > corresponding LC commands. But it might be easier to just use Clarify.
> It's
> > really good.
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Stephen Barncard
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