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Easter Egg in Architectural Desktop R3.

A - answer There is a Easter Egg hidden in Architectural Desktop R3 and 3.3 (at least in European versions or if you have "international extensions" installed).

Start the AecDimStyleEdit command, go to the Chains tab, hold the Ctrl key and click slowly twice (not double-click) in the dimensions area of the picture. The Munich (the original ADT codename) development team will appear.
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See also:
Tip 5564:Easter Egg hidden in AutoCAD 2008.
Tip 3845:Easter egg hidden in AutoCAD 2005 (and LT, Map or Desktops).
Tip 3216:Easter egg hidden in Architectural Desktop 2004.
Tip 3143:Easter egg hidden in AutoCAD 2004 (and LT and Desktops).
Tip 3020:Easter egg in Autodesk Revit.

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