AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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Just want to make sure I got this right. I purchased a license for Ar5 nxt for AutoCad2007 last year, 9/16/2009, and have gotten updates since, I have version 1.0.220 running right now which is still the pre-release version, correct?. Do I understand correctly that this version will expire and I will need to purchase this new/official release version 232 before November30? I just want to make sure I'm not missing my great rendering plug-in when I need it. It really is a nice work, thanks guys! -Mike
I'm pretty sure 220 doesn't expire so you can keep using it as long as you like. You can, of course, update at any time if you want to get the newer stuff. See what's new for a list of features and bug fixes. You can also "downgrade" to a previous build at any time by running an older install package.
Hi Roy, I downloaded 232, ran the .exe file, but it did not give me a splash screen to purchase the new version. 232 is running fine with no problems at the moment. I assume this means there's no additional purchase required with my license? Thanks!
Yep--- you're all set. You can update anytime you like.
Roy,

Is it possible to order the CD yet?

Thank you,

Mark Macco
We're not planning a CD with this product. Is there something you're looking for specifically?
Please Roy, don't forget the nXt plant thumbnails issue, for the "233".

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