I've lost my copy of Autocad 2011 due to the maximum # of licenses being reached at my firm. We'll have to purchase another seat for $3800+ for me to continue using Autocad+Quicksurf and I have to make that case to management, being the only non-drafter user in the entire company. I have noticed progeCAD as a strong contender to Autocad as a "clone" program and wondered if there is any chance that Quicksurf will work with it. If so, it sure would expand the likely user pool. Rockware's programmer would know this question the best, I'm sure.
I'm preparing a scattergram in Utilities and have everything as I like it, except for the number of significant figures in the automatic X-axis labels. The program is labeling a linear axis from 4-18 as 5.0, 10.0, and 15.0 with 1 decimal digit. I'd like to format the labels as integers, i.e. 5, 10, & 15. Any idea how to do this?