BricsCAD for the MAC has arrived! BricsCAD V15 licenses are also cross platform compatible, meaning you choose to run BricsCAD on Windows, Linux, or MAC using the same license. What's more the feature set is more or less identical across all three.
Sending and receiving drawing files? This video on Bricsys.tv will take you through using eTransmit. The painless way to share your files!
Looking to run BricsCAD on your Mac? Well Bricsys have got one step closer, anouncing the release of the beta version today.
Bricsys today anounced the launching of Bricsys TV. This service provides a new resource for people wanting to learn more about using BricsCAD, and will apeal to both existing and new users.
Bricsys have recently anounced the release of BricsCAD V14 for Linux. This brings some major improvements for BricsCAD users on the Linux platform. This includes a true 64bit build, numerous new features, and fixes. See the release notes for full details on what is included.
Users moving to BricsCAD from AutoCAD may miss the ability to move the cursor around using the keyboard (In AutoCAD you can use the Ctrl + arrow keys to do this). Have no fear! you can instead use the Windows ease of access to achieve the same. To turn on press ALT + left SHIFT + NUM LOCK. Once on you can use your number pad to move your cursor around on the screen. The features can be customised by going in to the control panel.
Well the Bricsys conference is well underway, with announcements Today on what is to be included with the release of BricsCAD V14. If you've been waiting for: