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Freeverse Intros Vector Drawing App Lineform

Freeverse Intros Vector Drawing App Lineform

by , 1:05 PM EDT, September 11th, 2006 - Digg This

Freeverse on Monday published Lineform, a vector drawing application that features Bezier editing, freeflow text, gradients, CMYK preview, and more. A free preview is available now that will produce watermark-free images until Oct. 7.

Pricing is US$79.95 and requires Mac OS X v10.3. It's a Universal Binary. A download version of Lineform is available now, with a retail edition headed to stores this fall.


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