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[9:15 AM]
FlexiSIGN-PRO Gets Complete, Multi-Lingual Update
Scanvec-Amiable today announced the availability of the FlexiSIGN-PRO 6.0 family in multiple languages, including French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Japanese. This new release is a ground-up rebuild of the software, and is available for multiple platforms. According to Scanvec-Amiable:

The innovative Flexi 6 line is offered in three distinct packages- FlexiSIGN-PRO, FlexiSIGN-Plus(r) and FlexiSIGN(r)-to meet users' varied experience levels and business requirements. These products are available for Windows 95/98, Windows NT and Power Macintosh.

Unlike common software upgrades, Flexi 6 represents a complete rebuild of the software's code to enhance usability and productivity. Innovations to increase design efficiency include: DesignCentral, an innovative page which anticipates users' needs by providing the tools which match the object that is selected; QuickEdit, the ability to instantaneously on-screen edit any step in the design without affecting previously completed steps; multiple undos and redos; drag and drop color; OLE 2 client and server functionality; and stroke support.

Enhancements to Flexi 6's production features include: Adobe(r) PostScript(r) 3 for the accurate importing and printing of PS, EPS and PDF files; ICC input and output color profiles for a wide variety of ink/media/printer combinations, including more than one hundred profiles from third party consumable manufacturers; the ability to add job setups directly in Production Manager; and the addition of basic color printing to FlexiSIGN-Plus.

Pricing for FlexiSIGN was not available at press time. Product updates are available online.

The Mac Observer Spin: The more cross-platform apps there are, the better. It's especially good to see this in niche markets -- a place the Mac has always been a poor performer. If we can get more companies on this bandwagon, we'll be in good shape!

Scanvec-Amiable



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