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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:25 pm 
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Well so far I am loving my iMac. I have been a Turbo CAD user for years so I bit the bullet and bought the version for the Apple. I am not pleased.
It sure does not work like or even similar to the Windows version.

I am thinking about getting the windows OS to put on the Mac just so I can run the Window version of Turbo.

Any one else been down this road?


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Mmmm no - I was going to suggest ProgeCAD which is what I use but for a MAC they have a version which uses Parallels on the MAC which of course means you need a Microsloth license.

You're probably already familiar with both packages.

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