AutoCAD for Mac OS X? By Long Tran 04/10/2009 It seems Autodesk wants to know if there’s interest in a native OS X version of their flagship AutoCAD program. Take the survey and sound off. As they say, ask and ye shall receive.I Want AutoCAD on Mac OS X: Survey Shares 7 Related Posts Shares 475 The Xpress-PRO Has In-built Memory and Back-up Charging A day in the life of You: Wake up, unhook the phone from the charger – shower – embrace the day – carry laptop, tablet, phone,… Shares 475 Shares 473 Portable Audio’s Next BIG thing! It’s difficult not to get excited by the Ropes headphones. Before I get into the hardware and design details, let’s appreciate how awesome Ropes is as… Shares 473 Shares 121 IDSA Mideast Conference: Barbecues, Arthritic Murder and an Argyle Lamb As some of you may know, the Industrial Designers Society of America plays host to a collection of conferences every spring, and this year Long, our… Shares 121 Shares 1.1K Volvo Unveils Concept Universe Car Today, at the Shanghai Auto Show, Volvo Cars visualises a masterpiece of Scandinavian design, inspired by Chinese philosophy. Concept Universe is Volvo’s most luxurious creation ever,… Shares 1.1K Shares 12 Herman Miller Showcases 5 California Architects Herman Miller recently launched a new section of their website called POV (point of view). The website includes stunning photography and exclusive video interviews with architects… Shares 12 Shares 773 Herman Miller Live Unframed Recap We’re a bunch of lucky ducks. On October 14th, we attended the Herman Miller Live Unframed event where the famous company along with designer Yves Behar… Shares 773 Previous articleA Touch of Personalization to your Flip Mino Next articleSpacePilot Pro 3D Mouse BREAKING! 9 Comments Pingback: AutoCAD for OS X Survey | Ocell.blog Neo Utopia says: 04/11/2009 at 5:30 pmLast year I sent an email to Autodesk explaining how a couple of my fellow landscape architecture colleagues (including my director) would prefer to use Mac OS X through their Mac laptops (via their external monitors) at work rather than Windows on the company’s generic PC.I hope I have helped spawn the development of a Mac version of the brilliant AutoCad application. Carl says: 04/12/2009 at 3:40 amnot from me Paddy Stevenson says: 04/12/2009 at 2:47 pmAuto CAD is so dated and horrible! I would infinetly prefer a much better 3D package such as SolidWorks! Ruben Constanç says: 04/16/2009 at 11:18 amI completely agree with you Paddy, please we would rather have SolidWorks on our Macs! Ruben Constanço says: 04/16/2009 at 11:18 amI completely agree with you Paddy, please we would rather have SolidWorks on our Macs! Todd says: 04/12/2009 at 3:07 pmOr just buy Windows and be able to use all the other software that isn’t available for Macs. carie says: 04/14/2009 at 12:50 amYes ! Autocad for Mac ! Autocad for mac ! We need it ! Tom says: 04/23/2009 at 8:28 pmIt’s interesting that Solidworks came up, because Inventor is now tied to Windows, after dumping OpenGL for DirectX.Companies like to keep their options open. That’s what made the Intel transition possible for Mac OS X. But at the end of the day, it comes down to money.John Nack at Adobe likes to point out that they’d never recoup the development costs for a Linux port of Photoshop, since it would just cannibalize existing sales. It’s not that different for a Mac port of Autodesk.Comments are closed.