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Karelia Announces Sandvox 1.1.2

Karelia Announces Sandvox 1.1.2

by , 12:05 AM EDT, April 4th, 2007

Karelia Software announced the release of Sandvox 1.1.2 on Tuesday. The new version was described as a must-download and is available immediately. New features include:

  • An enhanced iMedia browser and improved video management for WMV and QuickTime files
  • Faster, more efficient processing of high-volume photo pages and collections
  • A font collection of web-safe fonts within the Font panel
  • Optimizations that improve the overall speed of working with documents, images, audio, and video
  • Updates to nearly 200 pages of online help for new and experienced users

Karelia described Sandvox as a powerful, playful, Website creation tool that includes drag-and-drop website assembly, live editing without a preview mode, over thirty stylish designs, and over a dozen types of innovative Pagelets, small areas of content that reside within a web page's sidebar. The Pro version adds the ability to manage raw HTML in several contexts.

Sandvox requires Mac OS X 10.4.4 or later and is a Universal Application. A single user license for the regular version is priced at US$49.00, and the Pro version is priced at $79.00.


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