I have and have used both. The feature sets are different, but both
work well. drcauto gets new versions out much faster. LT-extender is a
lot less expensive. With LT Toolkit Max you have to run Slingshot!,
which then calls Autocad LT. LT-Extender integrates into Autocad LT.
Both do ARX and Lisp. I don't know of anything that will enable VBA
At this point we're using LT-Extender on two stations. That decision is
based on the way the program integrates (none of us here who tried LT
Toolkit Max liked having to run Slingshot! to call Autocad LT) and on
price, both initial cost and upgrade cost. LT-Extender has been
upgraded several times at no cost. LT Toolkit Max requires a paid
upgrade for each new version of Autocad LT, and also requires that you
re-authorize annually. drcauto has several employees and several
product lines. Support has always been outstanding. I think Torsten
writes LT-Extender by himself. Support has been fairly good, but there
have been occasional ISP problems and times when he could not be
contacted. That said, we haven't needed support in many months.
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