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Dec 15, 2006


Scott Sheppard

DWF is intended for people who are NOT using CAD systems. For people with design softare, native formats are just fine. A DWF is more like an electronic plot with meaningful metadata. It is not intended as a replacement for the original design data. We are happy at the back of the church. We can sneek out early - just after the sermon.



Odd, then, that Autodesk is using it as the translation format between several of its CAD systems. The Building Solutions Division must not have heard the sermon.


You actually blogged about this on 2/14/2005 (speaking of Hearts!).

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