Re: Technical graphics for FrameMaker

Subject: Re: Technical graphics for FrameMaker
From: Kent Dannehl <kdannehl -at- STARFISHSOFTWARE -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 1997 12:26:48 -0800

The Win95/NT version is still in BETA...


At 12:33 PM 1/15/97 -0800, Bob Morrisette wrote:
>I just received the first issue of the Adobe FrameMaker newsletter,
>_Frame of Reference_. It is a slick publication, with lots of Frame news.
>In it is an ad for Visual Thought, technical graphics software for
>Frame UNIX, Windows 95, and NT. It exports MIF and many graphics formats.
>The features seem too good to be true. One feature I don't believe:
>"No or low learning curve!"
>
>If there are any Visual Thought users out there, what is your experience?
>They have a web site that offers a CD demo and examples: www.confluent.com
>
>Thanks for your past assistance.
>
>Bob Morrisette
>writer -at- sabu -dot- EBay -dot- sun -dot- com
>
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