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Mar 02, 2010

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Oh, gosh....even the mention of R13 sends shivers down my spine. I remember seeing chunks of metal fly out of the machine when R13 was first shown in my town.

Then as a reseller, always asking the wonderful question: which patch are you on? C1, C2, C3, C4, C4a, C4b, etc.... sigh

"Good" times...thanks Ralph, I think I'll go over in the corner and get into a fetal ball and cry.

R. Paul Waddington

Ralph, we were running three copies of AutoCAD R10 on IBM AIX(Unix) systems - can't remember the exact year but it was way ealier than R13 and don't forget Autosolid; what a stunning success that was?

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