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Further details of RiscCAD on CD

Published: 28th Feb 22:17:03 | Permalink | Printable

RiscCAD will continue, with a little bit of help from its friends.

Since the original announcement earlier in February that development of drawing package RiscCAD would have to end, software distributor David Bradforth and APDL have taken David Buck's software under their wing.

David Bradforth has been instrumental in ensuring that RISC OS's most complex Computer Aided Design program will continue after its original author leaves the project due to lack of time.

APDL will be supplying the software on a new CD ROM priced at £59 inc. VAT. The manual is available separately for £10 (no VAT).

Thanks have been expressed for all the users who have submitted comments about features/changes which could be made to the software.

Do you have a comment about RiscCAD? Do you have any ideas for features? Discuss the issue now!

Contacts
APDL Tel. 020 8778 2659
www.risccad.riscos.org.uk
David Bradforth
David Buck (Original author)

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