• Man, you’ve got some gaps in that list. Better get some more storage ready.

    • More storage? This is just Autodesk software. I have the similar set ups for other CAD vendors as well, you know. 😉

  • guest

    Do you use them at all?

    • No. I have this overwhelming urge to clog my hard disk with software that I don’t use. 😉

      Seriously, our AutoCAD plug-ins work with AutoCAD 2000 onwards and we need to support our customers who are still using it. Their number is dwindling. But they still exist.

      The other day I got an email from someone who wanted one of our AutoCAD plug-ins to work on AutoCAD 14. No kidding.

  • Dnelson

    “Seriously, our AutoCAD plug-ins work with AutoCAD 2000 onwards and we need to support our customers who are still using it.”

    Crazy are they still running it on windows 98?

    • Don’t think so. AutoCAD 2000 works just fine on my Windows 7.

      • Pete Yodis

        Deelip, are you running Windows 7 64 bit?  Our IT folks couldn’t get ACAD 2000 to install on W7 64 bit.  We are using XP mode and have it running in XP mode.  Not the greatest, but at least we didn’t have to fork out some bucks to upgrade lines and circles…

        • No. I have 32 bit.

        • No. I have 32 bit.

        • Tony

          Our latest ACAD version is also 2000; we couldn’t get it working on Win7-64, and didn’t like it in XP mode either.

          The solution?  Hello, DraftSight!  (Which was easy because we’re not using any extensions)

        • Tony

          Our latest ACAD version is also 2000; we couldn’t get it working on Win7-64, and didn’t like it in XP mode either.

          The solution?  Hello, DraftSight!  (Which was easy because we’re not using any extensions)

  • Anonymous

    Yes ,Too Much Autodesk Software for my computer.