What programs would you like to see ported to Linux?
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I do not know if my story is relevant. A few years ago I became a Ubuntu fan and never went back. Since the thinkers or desinger of Ubuntu also came up with WINE it is becoming more interesting in the computer world to have an OS which can handle more than Ubuntu. I hear of the softwares Dreamweaver and Photoshop. Like the windows software Sothink Logo Maker Pro it installs on partialy on WINE but it does not drag and frop. Anybody know why a reply would be welcomed???
I would like to see Quicken and Turbo Tax ported to Linux. Til then my Linux drive just gets plugged in about once a week to install updates and Windoze still lives on here. I tried running Quicken with Wine with no success.
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Vectorworks is an advanced architectural drafting program, well beyond Sketchup for example in being able to produce professional construction drawings efficiently, renders, and create a BIM environment. Sorta pricey, a bit less than Autocad. It would be GREAT if they had a Linux version, imo.