« Interested in helping Autodesk get to know its end-users? | Main | Zats 2 DWFunny! »

July 24, 2007

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341c3ba053ef00e0099918278833

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Publish Materials or Textures using AutoCAD MEP:

Comments

peter march

The 'free viewer' is rubbish its not even as good as a JPG viewer you can't even turn a view if it come up landscape when it should be portrait!!! From your Download Examples as well!!

As an engineer I need much more fuctionality than just a simple and poor jPG viewer.
Please look at Catia, Solid edge, and many others to see how it should be done.

I've used Autocad never though it was up to it ... many cad users don't rate it either. And this engineers viewer reinforces that opinion.

The version I have just down loaded can't rotate a dwg or mark it up. Look at the VIS viewer that's not that good but it knocks spots of this offering... I will not be recommending this as an Engineers tool... Sorry Autocad but please try and join the 21st century some time soon. cheers. Disapointed Pete.

Volker Joseph

Thank you for the feedback.

The sheet rotate functionality is being considered for the next release at this point and yes you can insert DWG into ADR, once you have DWG TrueView installed on the same machine. That will convert DWG on the fly to DWF and hence allow you to apply markup and measure functionality.

Last but not least, you should get your facts straight. The company is called Autodesk and not AutoCAD; AutoCAD is one of our products.

The comments to this entry are closed.

RSS Feed

  •  Subscribe