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Discussion in 'CAD' started by Steve D, Jan 23, 2015.

  1. Steve D

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    unrelated to open builds, I will have to check out the easter eggs in this 2015 version. I remember the 2014 one has a built in first person shooter game, hidden well enough to make it a pain for me to bring it out.
    wonder what 2015 has in store...
    after all, nothing like a quick game after hours and hours of 3d drawing in cad.
     
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    Fun, this is the first version I have used since acad 2000.
     
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    can't say I used all versions, some were not worth it, but I started in the 90s, when autocad was something like ver. 2.0 or so.
    however, regarding the 2014 easter eggs, I found out about them from the net.
    if you like to mix work with a bit of pleasure, please see link below:
    http://adndevblog.typepad.com/autocad/2013/04/autocad-2014s-incredible-easter-egg-surprise.html
    comes with a few screen grabs.
    enjoy!
     
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    nick, try it first, then let us know how it works.
    it sure worked for me, even if I had a crappy mouse at the time.
     
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    nope. not gonna do it. :D
     
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    I supported R12 through AutoCAD 2000, people really didn't want to upgrade. It was great when the company I worked for dropped support for R11 through R13.
     
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    the guy who does the cnc machining for my printer, uses r14
     
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    Eighteen year old software, man that makes me feel old.
     
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    I don't know why he keeps using it, especially since he complained he cannot find many 3d parts online in the r14 format.
    you know what they say, habit is a second nature..
     

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