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    Rather than steal this post, lets winge on a seperate post Ps Autcad $7500 AUS. Yeah screw the guys down under.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAL View Post
    Rather than steal this post, lets winge on a seperate post Ps Autcad $7500 AUS. Yeah screw the guys down under.
    I think I get it now. AutoDesk pricing is based on distance. I wonder what a seat of AutoCAD would cost on Fiji? Better yet...the moon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAL View Post
    Did you ask Topcon about their "Magnet" software
    Have you used it and if so, how does it compare to say Civilcad 7.21?

    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAL View Post
    Rather than steal this post, lets winge on a seperate post Ps Autcad $7500 AUS. Yeah screw the guys down under.
    Australia always gets screwed over on digital content from the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen1980 View Post
    But they don't even to bother to flip the e and the r in centre!
    Hey, it was your choice to use those words the French way.
    You do know why French has so many extra and silent letters in it, right? Back when they were still employing scribes to put the French language in writing and to standardize spelling, they paid them by the letter. Apparently AutoDesk is still using that business model.

    Beaucoup is pronounced Boku, but I don't know why the English word for it, Beautiful surpasses it by one letter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana W View Post
    Beautiful surpasses it by one letter.
    Most people misspell that one anyway. Same with Fluorescent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana W View Post
    Beaucoup is pronounced Boku, but I don't know why the English word for it, Beautiful surpasses it by one letter.
    That's funny. When I go to France Beaucoup means "lots" (as in merci Beaucoup). Far fewer letters in English.
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