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No More Apex

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Gregory Beck

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Well I just deleted the last of any apex sketching now all I use is Davinci on my tablet in the field, and transfer sketch to my desktop at the office. It works great.:)
 

Couch Potato

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Not too smart.

I'm glad you found something you like in the a la mode version of Rapid Sketch, but why in the world would you delete Apex? There are many things that could precipitate the need to open an Apex file, and you have just eliminated your ability to do so. Certainly nothing wrong with switching to another program, but unless you are desperate for disk space there is no need to delete little used software.
 
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I'm glad you found something you like in the a la mode version of Rapid Sketch, but why in the world would you delete Apex?

Lets just say Mr. Beck is not telling the full story and he is just trying to give Apex a black eye.
 

Couch Potato

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Some of us Gregs are more forthright than others. :rof:
 

liberated

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I'm glad you found something you like in the a la mode version of Rapid Sketch, but why in the world would you delete Apex? There are many things that could precipitate the need to open an Apex file, and you have just eliminated your ability to do so. Certainly nothing wrong with switching to another program, but unless you are desperate for disk space there is no need to delete little used software.


I have to agree with Couch Potato...which is exactly what I am going to be tonight (a couch potato)! :clapping:

Edited for spelling.
 
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