I have been using Draftsight for a few months and I like most things about the program. The esnap works well, toolbars for most of the common actions, command line keeps focus if you need to type location, and for many things it seems to use the fewest steps (compared to other CAD programs) to make a drawing. But I have some problems that prevent me from using Draftsight, random crashes, mouse lag, unable to print color (it worked before), and the config settings could be easier to navigate. I have tried other programs such as LibreCAD, ARES, ARCAD, and a few others, but so far the only one that seems to work well for me is BricsCAD. I would like to hear your opinion (good and bad) on CAD programs you have used in Linux before I spend a few dollars on one.
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