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July 16th, 1999

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[10;00 AM]
New Open Source Image Utility Released
The good people at Webbtoys have released a new open-source image utility. According to Webbtoys:

ImageGadget is an open source SuperCard application that helps you brand, resize, and mass export images. It uses Quicktime 3.0 or later to allow you to import images in nearly every major format. It uses a simple, intuitive interface to brand each image with text that you choose. It even lets you build thumbnail jpegs of each image quickly and easily.

Requirements - ImageGadget comes in two forms:

  • Standalone Application - requires no other programs to run, 1,497k.
  • SuperCard OpenSource Project - Requires SuperCard 3.6. See how the magic happens, 207k

ImageGadget is freeware. You can download the app from the company's web site.

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