Is 2005 much different than 2004?

I just recently updated from 14 to 2004 and have it pretty much set up
for everyone, then adesk released 2005 (to many releases) is it much
different or better?
Reply to
Modat22
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If the number is odd (example: 2005) then it's crap. If it's even, then it's more than likely, gunna be ok.
Reply to
NOTHRERNOW27
I never thought about it like that but your right. acad 9 (I think) was bad 10 was good, 12 was good, 13 sucked, 14 was and still is a well rounded acad system.
2000 was a bit buggy, 2000i was still buggy, 2002 is pretty good, 2004 seems very good.
Reply to
Modat22
Go back and count the releases.
Reply to
Michael Bulatovich
I have heard that. But a guy I worked with seemed to think that 2000 broke the pattern. I have LT 2000i and I have never noticed any obvious bugs. (But I use it mainly for modifying text, and not every day).
The worst problem I have found is the statement on the opening Help screen, "The AutoCAD LT Help System contains complete information for using AutoCAD LT." That help, and the manual, rival anything from Microsoft on the scale of uselesness.
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Steven M (remove cola to reply)

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