andrew wrote:Note that many applications only support DXF R12 while QCad outputs DXF 2000 by default. You can save a file explicitly as DXF R12 by choosing that format in the file exporter. What can also cause problems for other applications are special characters in layer names, very long layer names, too many layers, etc.
QCad will probably offer DXF/DWG import and export based on the DWGDirect libraries from the OpenDesign alliance at one point. Until then, you might want to use their free tools to convert between different DXF versions: http://www.opendesign.com/guestfiles
txsbaker wrote:I hope that there is an update coming soon that will address the DXF issues at the least. Switching to the Open Design libraries may be the best possible course of action for future development. I can't imagine that building your own libraries would be more cost effective or less time consuming.
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