(Or: Customizing AutoCAD in a computer lab with restrictive user permissions) I am teaching several CAD classes and our computer labs are all set up with very restrictive (currently Windows XP) user rights. And that makes sense. After all, I don’t want to find out at the beginning of class that half of the computers […] Read more..
Find more images in the Ice 2007 gallery.
It is here! After a bit of a wait, Google (formerly @Last software) released SketchUp 6 – again in a free-for-all and a professional version. Here is the official announcement. Upgrades (at least for US customers) are free and there’s a nifty wizard to accomplish a smooth upgrade. Sketchy view in SketchUp 6 using one […] Read more..
Welcome to my new website! It is bigger, better, cooler and a bit bolder. In case you are surprised – I moved from the .de domain to a .net domain (and I am running it on WordPress). That happened for various reasons. In any case, old .de links will redirect to the newer links and […] Read more..
I got frustrated when my Outlook 2002 ran out of holidays December 2005. Searching around the internet I found some pages explaining how it is done. Holidays (or any kinds of "all-day" type events can be collected in a formatted text file and then simply imported into Outlook with one click. If you want to […] Read more..
Just some old news for the archive: What’s New? All news will now be posted in the Miscellaneous category. For older news, look at the following: I am uploading my publications from now on to lulu.com. This still provides free or low-cost downloads of PDF-files, but more importantly it adds the option of ordering a […] Read more..