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Introduced in 1983 as AutoDesk X, the first AutoCAD release was the same as AutoDesk X/2. In 1985, AutoCAD 2.0 was released with more complex 2D functionality, more 2D drafting tools, and more 3D drafting tools than in its predecessor. In 1990, AutoCAD 2.1 was released with the first multi-platform development environment. In 1992, AutoCAD 3.0 was released with many improvements in graphics output. In 1996, AutoCAD 95 was released with support for Windows 95 and Windows NT. In 1998, AutoCAD 98 was released with many more new features. In 1998, AutoCAD 2000 was released with many more new features. In 2001, AutoCAD XP was released with many more new features. In 2002, AutoCAD 2003 was released with many new features, including 3D graphic capabilities and a new interface. In 2003, AutoCAD 2004 was released with many more new features. In 2004, AutoCAD 2005 was released with many more new features. In 2005, AutoCAD 2006 was released with many more new features. In 2008, AutoCAD 2008 was released with many more new features. In 2009, AutoCAD 2009 was released with many more new features. In 2010, AutoCAD 2010 was released with many more new features. In 2011, AutoCAD 2011 was released with many more new features. In 2012, AutoCAD 2012 was released with many more new features, including cloud-based file storage and AutoCAD mobile. In 2013, AutoCAD 2013 was released with many more new features. In 2014, AutoCAD 2014 was released with many more new features. In 2015, AutoCAD 2015 was released with many more new features. In 2016, AutoCAD 2016 was released with many more new features. In 2017, AutoCAD 2017 was released with many more new features. In 2018, AutoCAD 2018 was released with many more new features. In 2019, AutoCAD 2019 was released with many more new features. In 2020, AutoCAD 2020 was released with many more new features.
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The first version of AutoCAD was released in 1983 and written by Lyle Lerat, Robert Jones, John Clarke, Steve Cylar, Michael Glaser, Steve Stultz, Allen Kincaid, Bob Rettberg and Gerald Remmert. John Clarke took over as lead architect after Robert Jones died. AutoCAD 1986 introduced an unprecedented design. Rather than rely on the older DXF format, AutoCAD wrote its own native.DWG format, with vector objects, which allowed for much greater freedom of design and generation. Designers were no longer tied to the limitations of the older DXF format and could produce actual objects. These objects were treated as dynamic graphical representations of real world objects and could be manipulated in a real-time environment.
AutoCAD can still read the older DXF format and most AutoCAD 2010 users still maintain the older software. AutoCAD 2014–2018 can also read and write the native C++.DWG format, but as of 2015 it is only read, not written.
AutoCAD ObjectARX was released as an open-source framework for extending AutoCAD 2010 and later in 2006. The main reason for its release was to support third-party AutoCAD-based applications and plugins. AutoCAD Architecture, Autodesk Architectural Center, was one of the first AutoCAD plugins to use ObjectARX.
On July 20, 2012, Autodesk released AutoCAD 2013 and AutoCAD LT 2013. With these releases, the next generation of AutoCAD was also launched.
AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 incorporated the.NET Framework 4, and adds the TrueBlocks 3D, Feature Blocks and Fabric Create Plugins. A new command-line interface was also added that allows the user to automate workflow and maintenance tasks.
AutoCAD 2016 (along with the other 2015 releases) also introduced the new “Instruction-based programming” capability, allowing the user to create macros without using a programming language.
AutoCAD 2017 introduced a Windows Forms user interface as well as several new features: support for 2D Cadastral Survey information, an advanced sheet set and linking, and other features.
Autodesk introduced AutoCAD LT 2017 on April 17, 2016. The new release focused on Windows 10 compliance and taking advantage of the Microsoft Store and the latest Windows features.
AutoCAD 2018 introduced several new features
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Saint Agnes Monastery
Saint Agnes Monastery (, grotto), also known as the Monastery of the Assumption, is a ruined Eastern Orthodox monastery, situated on the west coast of the island of Patmos, at the foot of the Patmos Hill. It was built during the 11th century, a few metres south of the old St. John’s Monastery. A structure connected with the monastery is the Maria Theotokos, the aforementioned church of the Assumption. The majority of its cella and dome were destroyed during the Venetian period.
The monastery was founded in the 11th century and dedicated to the Theotokos (Virginal Virgin) Agnes, with the Saint Agnes Monastery being the only monastery on the island of Patmos. The name of the structure is believed to have come from a Roman fisherman named Antonius, who found the image of the virgin Mary in the cave of the saint. It is mentioned in the writing of Saint Luke. After a miraculous image appeared to the fisherman, he brought the image to the Patmos abbot, and reported back that the “Virgin Mary had appeared to him. He named the place, “The Tomb of Antonius, where the Virgin Mary appeared to him, “ and he set up a monastery there.
The place became a pilgrimage destination, and attracted great interest among the monasteries of the Byzantine Empire. The saint Agnes monastery was destroyed and razed by the Venetian (1202–1204) during the Fourth Crusade. The tomb of St. Antonius is now a Byzantine chapel inside the monastery, but it is not part of the original structure. The archbishop of Ariano was buried in the church of Saint Agnes, in the 12th century.
The “Grotto of Agnes” is one of the best-preserved caves on the island of Patmos. It is long, wide and deep. It was listed as a protected site in 2006, and is open to the public.
The Saint Agnes Monastery also has a small library.
What’s New in the AutoCAD?
Add a text box to your drawings with AutoText. Work with text you have created and displayed with the Text feature, directly on your drawing. Add your own text and mark your drawing with the AutoText feature, or upload text from outside your drawing. (video: 1:45 min.)
Using color, you can now enhance your drawings with up to 15 custom colors, to enhance your work. With the World Color Map, select the color you want to use as your new drawing color, then select that color from the color map on the Home tab, and save it for future use.
Stay organized and print your drawings from within AutoCAD, using the new Print Preview feature. Prefer to print directly from a PDF or other file? Use the Print command to do that. (video: 1:03 min.)
Moving and resizing drawings with the Linear Tool or using grip keys, now is more convenient. Set a grip key as your work area or you can hold down a mouse button to move or resize a selected drawing. (video: 1:37 min.)
Stay on top of your work with the new Artboard Viewport. Quickly look at large areas of drawings by simply selecting the viewport for the display area. (video: 1:24 min.)
New wizards help you create sketches and diagrams to help illustrate your ideas and showcase your designs. With the Swivel and Flip widget, you can quickly create a jpeg, GIF, or SVG file from a drawing. Save a path in a new file with the Path as Swivel and Flip widget.
Easily add floorplans, elevations, or area diagrams to your drawings. With the New Floorplan feature, you can add plans to your drawings without having to draw them. Use the New Feature tool to create the base plan, then simply drag the plan over the drawing. (video: 1:24 min.)
Your technical skills are becoming more powerful, with new features and enhancements to help you with these.
Added the Help, Updates, and About tabs to the Help window. (video: 2:44 min.)
New IntelliCAD compatibility settings on the Customize User Interface tab. (video: 1:50 min.)
A new Flat setting to help you draw true flat lines. (video: 1:10 min.)
Advanced support for Model Space. You can now create line
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