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Thread: pstoedit (ghostscript) error converting PDF to DXF

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    Default Re: pstoedit (ghostscript) error converting PDF to DXF

    Quote Originally Posted by dcurtisfra View Post
    Yes, (technical) CAD is, was, and will probably remain, as it is (I could be vulgar but, I'm restraining myself) …
    I don't think so, check out BricsCAD, an excellent AutoCAD replacement for linux. Paid for, but more than worth it at less than 1/3 of the price.
    It's multi-platform, constantly updated, and has 99% of AutoCAD features, plus a few of it's own. I can't praise it too much.

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    Default Re: pstoedit (ghostscript) error converting PDF to DXF

    Quote Originally Posted by brunomcl View Post
    I don't think so, check out BricsCAD, an excellent AutoCAD replacement for linux.
    I meant that, the file compatibility between (technical) CAD applications is mostly, time consuming. Yes, from a drawing perspective, there are a few excellent alternatives to the AutoDesk world but, moving a drawing file from one application to another is quite often, adventurous …

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    Default Re: pstoedit (ghostscript) error converting PDF to DXF

    On 03/16/2018 10:36 AM, dcurtisfra wrote:
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    > brunomcl;2858822 Wrote:
    >> I don't think so, check out BricsCAD, an excellent AutoCAD replacement
    >> for linux.

    > I meant that, the file compatibility between (technical) CAD
    > applications is mostly, time consuming. Yes, from a drawing perspective,
    > there are a few excellent alternatives to the AutoDesk world but, moving
    > a drawing file from one application to another is quite often,
    > adventurous …
    >
    >


    That's what I.G.E.S. is supposed to do, transfer CAD data from one
    application to another.

    --
    Ken
    linux since 1984
    S.u.S.E./openSUSE since 1996


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