Hidden away in AutoCAD 2009's Options dialog box is an item labeled Color Scheme. Currently there are just two choices, Dark (default) and Light. But I see this as a skinning mechanism and perhaps programmers more knowledgeable than myself might be able to create additional skins.
How about an architectural skin that's all right-angles and looks like glass. Or a mechanical one that is all curvey and looks like metal. A geo one that combines fluorescent orange with earth tones.
i need a clear detail about AutoCAD 2009.
Posted by: E.RAJ KUMAR | Feb 25, 2008 at 10:00 PM
hi, i just installed autocad 2009. i thought: maybe someone has s skin or something to make autocad look like it's 2008 or 2007 but still got the same functions as 2009. i think i can work better with that because i work with earlier versions of autocad on school. maybe someone can tell me if it exsists and where i can find it. please.
Posted by: Leo | May 26, 2008 at 01:29 PM
nevermind i found a way to change the look back to the "old" one. thanks anyway :)
Posted by: Leo | May 26, 2008 at 01:33 PM