PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

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Re: PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

Postby jcarcht » Mon Mar 27, 2017 11:03 am

Build QC15 restores full functionality on PowerCadd, allowing me to open documents and the application from the directory by double-clicking thew icon.

But the Fence Cut tool has disappeared. Wonder why. :shock:
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Re: PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

Postby Rob C » Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:54 am

Still hanging back on El Capitan as long as I can, I guess.
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Re: PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

Postby patrickm » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:30 am

My 2011 MacBook Pro took a dive (bad logic board), so I just upgraded to the middle of the line 27" iMac, running Sierra. So far so good, with PowerCADD and everything else.

As an aside, I installed Windows using Bootcamp. Windows didn't like my old USB mouse or keyboard, so I have switched to the wireless ones that came with the iMac, and all seems to be working well. The 27" screen is similar to working on my old 30" Apple Cinema Display. Ironically, the iMac was a similar magnitude cost to the cinema display when I bought it in 2008.

cheers,
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Re: PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

Postby BaughbLabs » Thu May 25, 2017 10:40 am

Updates coming for PC and WT?
Great news
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Re: PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

Postby jcarcht » Fri May 26, 2017 4:05 pm

Rob C wrote:Still hanging back on El Capitan as long as I can, I guess.


Same here. Sierra came too soon after I upgraded to El Capitan.
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Re: PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

Postby robmunach » Tue May 30, 2017 2:38 pm

I recently upgraded to Sierra and PC 9.1.5 on a 2011 iMac i5. Coming from Mountain Lion, things are noticeably laggier with all programs. Powercadd is especially noticeably slower.It also seems that when using DWG's or converted PDF's, the final product can be slow. Get alot of spinning beach balls. Has anyone else expewrienced this? Cant wait for the Kaby Lake iMacs!
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Re: PowerCADD 9.1.5 Now Available

Postby Jeff Snyder » Tue Jul 18, 2017 4:45 pm

Back on PowerCADD after a bit of a hiatus. Running PowerCADD 9.1.5 on Yosemite. Compliments to ES. This 'maintenence' upgrade fixes the bugs that I was experiencing and I am very happy! Thank-you.

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