h.sluiman at rbge.org.uk
Fri Jan 29 09:54:53 EST 1999
I looked into this a while ago to reach the same conclusion, ie that
ClarisDraw is not sold anymore. The only software that appears to come
close (according to the latest mailorder catalogues) is CorelDraw! I
don't know if it can import ClarisDraw files, though.
Therefore the best solution may be to buy the licenses you need (from
Claris UK, I suppose) without disks and use your original disks to do
Aidan Weatherill wrote:
> In the lab we have been using Claris draw for ages. we have just bought a
> few new computers and I have been trying to find a place to buy new copies,
> but it seems to have sunk without trace.
> Does anyone know where I can locate a copy (In the UK) or give advice as to
> what product I should buy to replace it. I must be able to import my Claris
> drawings, as we have allot of figures in draw format and I don't want to
> have to convert them and risk damaging any of them.
> Someone I talked to suggested Corel Draw, but this seems abit too fully
> Many thanks
> Aidan Weatherill
> If you are kind enough to reply, please post here for the benefit of others,
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> seems to lose posts faster than I can read them.
> aweather at worf.molbiol.ox.ac.uk
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