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Sep 05, 2008



Being a moderate size user (less then ten seats) of Autocads LDD software since ACAD version 11, I am enlightened by the Bricscad headway in the industry. ACAD has been setting users up to pluck our pockets with adsorbent subscription fees since version 2006. ACAD is offering users like myself ridiculous upgrade offers to bring us back into the current version fold, only I realize that within the year I will be slapped with another adsorbent yearly subscription fee to stay current that is unjustifiable and insulting. My hope is third party applications like Carlson Civil/surveying software somehow tie into Bricscad for their cad engine and give users a reasonably priced alternative. To me, Bricscad is the ACAD of the 1980’s.

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