Category: AutoCAD

AutoCAD WS – Design Feed

Autodesk recently updated it’s AutoCAD WS app to include the new feature ‘Design Feed’. I tried out ‘Design Feed’ and I think it can be a great collaboration tool. Using it is pretty straightforward (not surprisingly). Features “Using the Design Feed you can attach a post to a specific point or area in your drawing to draw attention to a… Read more →

AutoCAD support on Mac OSX 10.8 (Mountain Lion) [Update]

This past week Apple released OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion). The news that AutoCAD for Mac 2012 and 2013 are not yet supported came as a disappointment to me. Especially since when Apple had they’re last keynote and introduced the retina Macbook Pro, Autodesk was prominently mentioned. I would have figured they would be ready when Mountain Lion would be… Read more →

Interesting AutoCAD posts

Below some interesting autoCAD related articles I came across. FUN with BASE.DCL “A big part of what got me into AutoCAD was learning how to mess with people. This is a classic for me. There is a file called base.dcl that is used by some dialog boxes as a template. With some simple editing you can change the “OK” and… Read more →