Amapi gets serious Behind the idiosyncracies Amapi has a lot to offer, including a more conventional interface for those new to modelling
When it comes to idiosyncratic applications, Amapi is right up there. Its recent transfer from YoNoWat software to tgs was followed by a new release and a new lease of life for this very capable application. But its idiosyncrasy has put many 'serious' users off the application, and in recognition of this tgs now provides the user with the option of a more conventional interface. While this can make Amapi a little faster at first, it's not nearly as much fun.
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