on my newer PC.
I haven't tried to bring ultra drawing to Qcad. But you may have to
bring them into drafix cad and then into Q-cad.
Bringing them into D-cad was messy. Have you tried going to dos and
running ultra, or are you running 2000?
Creative Arch. Designs.
a video driver. ( old ones were HALO drivers). Anyways, I could see only 1/4
of the screen
and ran my commands via the keyboard.
From AutoCAD LT98. Do a file recover, type *.DXF.
This worked well and preserved all the SYMBOLS/BLOCKS.
After, Just do a save as...
I have hundreds of drawings on old Drafix from the 80s.
It is based on Halo and runs only on DOS.
I can run it in the DOS shell of Windows XP, but it expects to output to LPT1 or a Com port.
And it has a limited list of printers it can drive including HP Inkjet and "Inkjet+ /2"
The HP672C I relied on is now a coffee grinder that I probably can't get repaired or replaced.
Only their lasers have parallel ports.
Centronics to USB conversion to recent HP Inkjet?
Method transferring/converting .dfx files to another format?
Saw your post.
Have classic Drafix from the 80s and hundreds of files for it and the HP672C on which I relied is grinding coffee.
Drafix wants to use LPT1 or a COM port and drive an HP Inkjet or similar old device
Can I take .dfx files and convert them to/in a program I have more printing options on?