The RealBASIC created CAD program, RBDraw, has received an upgrade. This CAD program allows users to become familiar with how CAD (Computer Aided Design) works, and what can be done with it. According to Eric Pousse:
RBDraw is a little CAD program but in this new version, you can find many new features. These include:
new floating window for selecting the attractions.
Objects can be grouped.
When the mouse is moved, the cursor changes according to attraction found.
now drawing is WYSIWYG when zooming.
and the lines can be less thick than one point.
and they can have arrows, which one can publish.
AND there is dimension lines.
Pricing and availability were not made available to The Mac Observer at this time. You can find more information at Mr. Pousse's web site.