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By 1980, most of the computer industry was working on an industry standard called the “VESA” (Video Electronics Standard Association) standard for graphic display hardware. The VESA standard addressed display resolution, text modes, color display, and character encoding. Display modes include 8×8, 5×5, and 4×4. The VESA standard supports text in a variety of font types such as proportional, monospaced, condensed, and vergammel. The VESA standard also supports various bitmapped text displays (e.g., 256 colors) and various character encodings (e.g., IBM code page 437, ISO 8859-1, JIS X 0208, EUC-JP). The VESA standard defines a high resolution standard for a graphical display. High resolution is typically between 100 and 200 pixels per inch (ppi). The VESA standard is a reliable standard to display a graphics image on a monitor or other display device. The VESA standard does not define a standard for text editing. Text editing is outside the scope of the VESA standard. In the 1970s, there was a software standard for text editing called the “EDIT” (EDIT-for-X) standard, which was developed by Xerox. The EDIT standard describes a standard text editing feature set for application programs. The EDIT standard is an international text editing standard. The EDIT standard does not describe graphics display features or a graphics display standard. In December 1980, VLSI Technology, Inc. introduced the first microcomputer capable of drawing graphics (screen display) at a resolution of 50 pixels per inch (ppi). These graphics capabilities were added to the first microcomputer capable of drawing text at a resolution of 100 ppi. For an IBM PC, the first graphics microcomputer was the XT in 1980. The XT had a resolution of 100 ppi. The first CAD application for the IBM PC was released by Mindscape in 1985. Mindscape’s first CAD product was AutoCAD, a 3D CAD application for the IBM PC. In the early 1980s, AutoCAD was a standalone application designed to run on a single PC, not a multi-user application. AutoCAD could be run in a DOS or Windows environment. In December 1982, Henry Ott (a software developer at the Creative Systems Group) announced AutoCAD at a Special Events Conference in Dallas, Texas. Henry Ott described AutoCAD as “a set
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