New version, but I find no differences.
(C) 2012 Dassault System. New version for free 2D and 3D CAD Software. You may draw 3D Mesh, Revolved, Tabulated, Edge, Ruled 3D Objects, Render. Now Dassault Systems releases new beta version for Linux x86. I try but can not install it on Ubuntu x64. Only for x86... The license for betas is NOT FOR DEVELOPMENT USE. I hope that after final release of Linux x86 & 64 version we will have no need to use it in Wine
Old test results
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Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
No changes from previous version: 2D and 3D entities, opening files from genuine AutoCAD, saving, render, Property Editor, copying entities, exporting (I use excellent quality emf files to embed pictures to LibreOffice). Open by double-clicking dwg file.
What does not
No changes from previous version. Clipboard copy (Program crashes!!!). The quality of exported BMPs is near to the quality of screenshots (the same problem as in AutoCAD on Genuine Windows), Printing on Brother-9040CN, PDF virtual printer (so, this is a DraftSight on Wine, but no printer driver problem). But no crash. You may export a drawing to emf, pdf or other format and print it with other software.)
What was not tested
many other features.
If you use Intel Graphics on x64 system and run DraftSight with terminal:
~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Dassault Systemes/DraftSight/bin$ wine DraftSight.exe
a message like this appears:
err:winediag:X11DRV_WineGL_InitOpenglInfo Direct rendering is disabled, most likely your OpenGL drivers haven't been installed correctly (using GL renderer "Mesa DRI Intel(R) 965GM GEM 20100330 DEVELOPMENT ", version "1.4 (2.1 Mesa 7.10.2)").
This is not a DraftSight problem. I fix it by very simple step using terminal command:
Many thanks for sleepyjon at thread: [SOLVED] Intel Graphics Direct Render on Ubuntu Forum:
If this step does not helpful for You please read this thread carefully and perform additional steps. These steps are helpful for many Linux users as described on forum.