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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.
Having problems installing BricsCAD on your machine, or getting strange un-repeatable type errors?Â Rakesh Rao recently posted this suggestion to try Installing BricsCAD as Administrator. Like my previous post on entering your BricsCAD License, this isn't necessarily an issue with BricsCAD, but something that can occur with any application you are installing on a Windows 7 / Vista machine.
A lot of users Windows 7/Vista users (and now Windows 8) contact us with issues entering their Bricscad License key. This isn't Bricscad! It is the User Account Control (UAC) introduced with Windows Vista. UAC results in some operations requiring Administrator rights before it is actioned, such as installing applications and entering your Bricscad License key.