I don't mind. :)

It is an upgrade, but the learning curve is one of the toughest I've experienced from 
one Protel rev to the next.

Tony


On Wed, 03 Sep 2003 21:53:46 +1000, Ian Wilson wrote:
> On 05:03 PM 3/09/2003, Hamid A. Wasti said:
>> I am current using 99SE and have been sitting on the DXP
>> "upgrade" for a few months.  Being a Protel user for almost 10
>> years, I know better than to use any Protel product right after
>> its release.  But being 1 year and 2 service packs into it, is
>> DXP mostly stable and at least marginally useable now, or is
>> further delay advised?  Seeing a large number of people on this
>> forum still using 99SE is not encouraging.
>>
>> A few specific questions:
>>
>>
>> 0) Is DXP stable now or are crashes hourly occurrences like with
>> most of Protel's initial releases?
>>
>> 1) For schematic entry, are there any new features that make the
>> move worthwhile?
>>
>> 2) For manual routing, are they any new features that make the
>> move worthwhile?
>>
>> 3) How bad is the learning curve?
>>
>>
>> Thanks for your time and input.
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>>
>> Hamid Wasti
>
>
> OK I have done it - I have taken an old summary post of my view of
> DXP v P99SE and put it on a www page - very crudely formatted and
> the direct link is the only way to get there.
>
> http://www.considered.com.au/DXP_vs_P99SE.htm
>
>
> Maybe one day I will bring it up to date and give it a pretty
> format (well as pretty as a engineer can).  there is little new
> there for people that saw my original post(s) on this ages ago.
> Theer are also some comments from Tony Karavidas - hope he doesn't
> mind being quoted.
>
> Don't send me direct mail about this. The PEDA and DXP forums are
> the *only* place I will discuss what is just my opinion.  I am
> interested in the discourse but only if it is based on fact and not
> wild speculation and ranting.
>
> Bye for now,
> Ian
>
>
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