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Re: [vox] visio on linux

On Thursday 08 August 2002 07:19 pm, joseph e arruda wrote:
> On Thu, 8 Aug 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > i would've been excited to hear about this before MS bought visio:
> >
> > crossover office 1.2 will have support for visio, quicken and quick
> > books (whatever that is).
> >
> > i *hope* this can be used to help reverse engineer the visio plugin
> > format...
> One can hope.  Kivio so far has not been up to snuff against Visio except
> for the most basic of flowcharts

Have you looked at dia?  It's pretty spiffy.

> Now if the Mr.Project guys would move faster, I could have a replacement
> for MS Project (one of the very very few apps MS have ever written
> well).  It has been coming along briskly as of late, so I have hope there
> as well.

I never thought MS Project really did much that was useful,
except draw Gantt charts.  But it's been a while, maybe it 
has improved.

-- Rod

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