I am not certain about backward-compatibility, but AppleWorks may
contain software that you can use. (AppleWorks is rechristened
ClarisWorks, which contains drawing software along with other apps.)
You can download the demo to see if it will work for you. Check out:
Hans Sluiman wrote:
>> 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
> the installations.
>> Hans Sluiman
>> 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
> > featured.
> > Many thanks
> > Aidan Weatherill
> > If you are kind enough to reply, please post here for the benefit of others,
> > but I would be pleased if you could CC it to my E-mail as the news server
> > seems to lose posts faster than I can read them.
> > aweather at worf.molbiol.ox.ac.uk
Tanya C. Noel
Learning Commons - Advanced Media
The University of Calgary
tnoel at ucalgary.ca
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