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CrystalMaker 7.2 Adds Intel Mac Support

CrystalMaker 7.2 Adds Intel Mac Support

by , 9:15 AM EST, December 19th, 2006

CrystalMaker Software Ltd. announced the immediate availability of the crystal and molecular design application CrystalMaker 7.2 on Tuesday. The updated application is Universal Binary, allowing it to run natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, and adds control over global bonding specifications while retaining structural views. It also adds the ability to combine ball-and-stick, stick, wireframe and polyhedra representations in the same plot, improves window arrangement options, and adds a Rich Text option when saving notebook information.

CrystalMaker 7.2 is available for download at the CrystalMaker Software Web site, and is priced at US$429. The update is free for version 7 users.

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