SolidWorks Looks alot like Inventor??????????

Does anyone else notice how much the command manger looks just like
the one in Inventor?????
Just Wondering!
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Jeff Parker
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maybe it'll crash the same, too
(top stirring...)
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Chris
Chris quipped:
ironically enough......
got a repeatable crash on it today. :)
--nick e.
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Nick E.
Jeff,
Stands to reason, Adesk copied SW. (not the other way around)
Mark
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Mark Mossberg
I think you mistook a comment/question for a challenge. Jeff's post looks to me like a question from a newbie who has had at least an introduction to Inventor -- not like a post from an AutoDesk VAR. Let's get the chips off our shoulders, guys. We don't need to get all huffy about stuff like this.
'Sporky'
Arthur Y-S wrote:
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Sporkman
Yup.
Jeff Parker wrote:
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kellnerp
kellnerp quipped:
also ironically, people who have been complaining about the IV interface (obviously without ever using it) will probably love the "new" SW interface.
:=/
--nick e.
/me, never having used the IV interface (or complained about it) kinda like it actually. i get more screen space now.
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Nick E.
Thats the beuty of competition. Inventor and SolidWorks are the best things that could have happened to each other.
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SWuser
I am glad they have a spell checker that I complained about not having in another newsgroup. Now I just need to use it!
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SWuser
Well, as far as I can tell Inventor had this at least 1-2 years before SolidWorks did.
One other thought though, making this type of comment has brought out some of the better users here and some of the ones that have to degrate others in the group.
This was just an observation, it "DOESN'T" mean that I prefere IV. I have been using SWX for the last 6 years and I wouldn't trade it for anything, I just have the forsight to learn other systems to keep myself diversified!
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Jeff Parker

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