liquidcross wrote:Any plans for Mac or Linux versions?
gfxguy wrote:liquidcross wrote:Any plans for Mac or Linux versions?
I've been playing with VM-Ware's free virtual machine player... you still need a valid copies of Windows, though, but I had to duel boot before, now I can just boot up XP in a window.
Turkguy19 wrote:I'll stick with my easy to use, and less hardware intensive MLCad....
Turkguy19 wrote:What about em? I know how to use MLCad just fine, so why would I want to learn another program when this one works just well for me? Just because you say it's better?
Iare Tosevite wrote:Jeez. Your program may be all that but when I tried to run it, it let me select the ldraw directory.
I did that, but it closed with an error. It now closes with an error each time I run it. Don't ever set program to close with error if theres misconfiguration. It gives users NO chance to fix problems.
Okay I figured it out but why is there no "New" menu item? I tried "clear" but item I added doen't go away.
Note I said "item"? It's because I couldn't add any more items than the one I added. Each time I try, the item gets replaced with other item I selected. I tried "Help" but it says use space or enter, which does nothing but refresh screen with nothing added.
xsergio74 wrote:MLCad is a great application for "drawing" Lego models with a lot of utility around it but has some huge limitations:
- Parts alignment is not always precise
- Rotating parts is approximate: to perform precise rotation you need to enter values in matrix!!
- There are not REAL connections, just parts positioned near other parts
- Positioning parts on sloped planes is a nightmare
- No ways to test your model functionality
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