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January 23, 2007


R.K. McSwain

Scott, I don't think I missed anything...

Your image link says "PARTNER LIST".

Once there, I did see the "red asterisks", but that wasn't the point of my post anyway...

I just thought it was interesting that an Autodesk employee was mentioning a product (DWGdirect) that is the basis for your lawsuit against the company that created said product.

Thanks for the clarification though, have a good one.

Scott Sheppard

DWG and DWF are different. DWF is our open format. We share our C++ source code for DWF freely. DWG is our proprietary format. We openly encourage everyone to download the DWF Toolkit and develop DWF-based applications as part of providing workflow solutions.

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