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Re: software to do drawings of houses, gardens, etc.




Joe wrote:

> What you won't be given is a dialog box with
> X and Y size and coordinates, and invited to
> edit them, it doesn't work that way.
> That's how an object-oriented drawing program
> would work.

Well, this is certainly a first that I'm an
OO guy by intuition, because yes, that is how
I would expect it to work. But that is drawing,
not CAD?

I wonder if I should get an OO drawing
application instead, and what would that be -
Dia?

Or perhaps learn CAD as that's more powerful in
the long run?

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