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Mike Kramer

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  • Updated to V21.2.06-1 and installed Communicator V21.2.06-1 on my M1 MBA today I had not tired communicator before now as I was having some problems with Communicator V21.1.06 on my Intel machine. I then updated a simple drawing and imported a STE…
  • Loaded BricsCAD-V21.2.05-1-en_US on my M1 MBA and so far all looks good but I have not used it for work yet. Not loaded Communicator yet either. 2018 MBP is back with new keyboard, battery and now updated to Big Sur. Also working well after updat…
  • Ordered a 8/8/16/1TB M1 MBA today so will soon be able to see how BricsCAD runs on AS for myself.
  • The butterfly keyboard problem only recently started and is not very bad (keys repeat especially r, c and I ) but it made me think more urgently about getting an AS Mac. If the M1x Mac's are going to take some time to become available I would lik…
  • It's very frustrating not knowing when the 14" & 16" MBP or M1x or M2 silicon are going to arrive especially with my 2018 MBP keyboard needing replacement. It has been 18 months since we got the 16" MBP so the MBP is overdue for an upgrade. If…
  • @Michael Mayer - Interesting. I am running Catalina (on an Intel i9) and have also been having problems with the UI customisation on V21, particularly in the default.cui file going back to the original as installed settings after a crash. It also…
  • @Michael Mayer Now that MacOS 11.4 is out and Bricscad V21.2.05 is available how is the combination running on your M1 ? With the WWDC about to happen in less than a day, where the new MBP 14 & MBP 16" with M1x or M2 silicon is rumoured to be …
  • Thanks @Michael Meyer. I noted you had the 11.3 Beta running but was wondering if the final Gold Master was an improvement. Really waiting to see the M1 running BricsCAD properly and hopefully natively (not on Rosetta) before getting an M1 (M2?). …
  • I see MacOS 11.3 has been released. Has anyone (@Michael Mayer or @betazero ?) running an M1 CPU updated and tried to see how V20 or V21 runs now ?
  • Michael & betazero, I see the latest beta version BricsCAD-V21.2.01-1-en_US that came out yesterday addresses the 22 Service Requests for "M1 Rosetta" so hopefully V21.2.01 will now work on your M1's. Really keen to see if that is the case. Yo…
  • "We intend to start working on migration to Metal and M1 chipset alike in the near future." Absolutely delighted to see that Tijs. BricsCad is one of my key bits of software and the availability in Mac & Linux and Windows platform was a major …
  • Thanks Tijs, All I had to do was restart V21 to get the settings to link to the correct place where I had placed the Communicator App. I only saw the V21 update come in after 10 pm NZ time and downloaded and tried to install Communicator at abou…
  • V21 for Mac (Release version, not the Beta) arrived this evening, installed and running correctly on Catalina. Also V21 Communicator for Mac which does not come out in a beta version. Quite tricky to get running, but I have put the Communicator Ap…
  • Thanks for the user comments @ betazero, that makes me even more tempted to get an M1 MBA or MBP. Don't need it as my 15" MBP works perfectly but do want it! As I have CAD on one of my 5K screen workspaces and mail etc on the 15" screen workspaces…
  • I suppose it helps to read the release notes when running Catalina ! Installed V20.2.11 quite easily when I did !
  • Thanks for this. As I posted on the Big Sur forum I see this as a three issue problem: 1 Will Bricscad run on Big Sur - it seems yes if V20.2.11 is used No on V18 & V19. V21 runs on Catalina but I am note sure about Big Sur 2 Will Bricscad …
  • I didn't explain the message I got when I tried to install V20.2.11.dmg properly. As I have a fingerprint reader I normally do not even have to enter my password to get permission when installing software. The message was “BricsCAD-V20.2.11-en_US…
  • Extremely tempted to get an M1 (probably MBA) in addition to my current 2018 15" MBP i9 32 GB ram and VEGA 20 GPU with 4 GB HBM2 Ram running Catalina and V20.2.09 and V21.1.05 Beta with occasional crashes but otherwise well. Have no problem having …
  • Currently running V20.2.9 (and V21.1.05 Beta) on Catalina on a 2018 i9 32 GB ram 15" MBP and tried to install the V20.2.11 update yesterday but was told that it was not "signed" so I assume that that the V20.2.11 update is for Big Sur only. That t…
  • Given Bricscad is available in Windows, Mac and Linux I would be very surprised it it is not quite clean programming wise - especially given it runs (more or less) flawlessly on 64 bit only Catalina. That would imply porting it from Intel silicon t…
  • Very interested in this move by Apple to ARM and how Bricscad responds. I currently use a 2018 15 " MBP and have a 2015 15" MBP in reserve so will probably move to ARM only once a suitable laptop version comes out that is capable of running a 5 k …
  • I am running High Sierra (MacOS 13.6) on V18 so that would not be a problem. Michael Mayer is correct that Mac users tend to upgrade early as for example I recently upgraded my phone to iOS12 and now it will no longer talk nicely to my computer unt…
  • No problem for me.  Have been running 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for nearly 2 years and will upgrade soon to 64 bit 16.04 LTS.  Will upgrade to V17 when it becomes available.
  • Currently running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (64 bit) and will upgrade to 16.04 LTS when it is released, so lack of support for older (12.04)  gcc and c++ runtimes would not be an issue for me.  Will also upgrade to V16 as soon as the Linux version becomes a…
  • First a disclaimer - I have no tie to BricsCAD beyond being a normal license holder and being a registered (Linux) beta tester. Hi Victor - I suggest you try V14.1.20.  I have found the later versions of V14 especially V14.1.19 to be rock solid - …
  • Note 1) To paste p { margin-bottom: 0.25cm; line-height: 120%; } libssl.so.1.0.0 libcrypto.so.1.0.0 to the same folder the 'bricscad' executable is installed in, usually: /opt/bricsys/bricscad/v14/ you need admin rights.  Easy w…
  • Worked through the steps especially as indicated in #1 and #3 and V15.1.13 (beta) is back up and running with all icons in place - despite having been uninstalled and reinstalled.  Thank you very much for the workaround.
  • Intel i7-4770K CPU + integrated GPU HD 4600 (overclocked) Z87 chipset ASUS Z87I-PRO mini ITX motherboard (for the Display Port port) 8 GB RAM 120W PSU Asus PQ321 4K monitor BricsCad 13.2.16 Ubuntu 13.10 + Cinnamon GUI 3.11 series kernel (currently …
  • Hi Laurent,  I am no expert but I suspect that you are using Arial which being a Microsoft proprietary font is not good on Linux - especially if you have not installed it (in Ubuntu in the Software Centre).  Type in "Style" in the BricsCAD command …
  • Thanks for the explanatory posts Tijs.  It is very good to know that if there is a problem - a) the developers know about the problem and are working on it, and b) when it is fixed - what was the problem. Running V13.2.11-1 on Ubuntu 13.04 32 bit …
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