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Corel Releases AfterShot Pro 3 For Faster, Better Photo Processing

If you want to improve the quality of photos taken with a digital camera, you’ll want to give Corel AfterShot Pro 3 a look. It offers a wide variety of tools for getting the most out of your photos and it does this really fast! I’ve been using AfterShot Pro …

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SimpleSeps SmartRIP and SimpleSeps Raster Updated for CorelDRAW X8

Two important tools for screen printers have been updated to work with CorelDRAW X8. SimpleSeps 4.0 SmartRIP allows you to print spot color separations to any printer from within CorelDRAW. To learn more about it, watch the video tutorials linked below. SimpleSeps 4.0 SmartRIP Video Tutorials Color Separating Spot Color …

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Xara Web Designer 365 Released

Xara has released the latest version of Xara Web Designer. Information on the new version is detailed in the press release below. New: Xara Web Designer 365 Xara Web Designer 365 is the first release from Xara under its new and unique 365 Update Guarantee. Customers who buy 365 products …

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Design Base Automation Plug-In Updated for CorelDRAW X8

Each time a new version of CorelDRAW is released, add-on developers have to make a decision whether to update their add-ons to the new version and how quickly to make it available. One of the more popular add-ons, Design Base, is now available for CorelDRAW X8. Before you run out …

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Google Makes Nik Collection of Photoshop Plugins Free

Back in September 2012, Google purchased Nik software. The thinking was that the purchase was for the Snapseed app that Nik had developed. But many of us knew Nik for the awesome Photoshop plug-ins they had developed. Each of those plug-ins delivered high-end results and came with a big price …

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ROMCat and eCut Work With CorelDRAW X8

Any time a new version of CorelDRAW is released, questions are asked about whether favorite add-ons are working well or if an update will be needed. With the last few versions, there has been some change in the CDR file format that required a minor update to the popular clipart …

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Rainmeter Provides Serious Desktop Customization

I was really disappointed when Microsoft ended support for their “Desktop Gadgets” starting with Windows 8. Yes, I found a utility that allowed me to keep using them and wrote about it in Four Useful Add-Ons for Windows 8. Sure, I had a way to run my old gadgets but …

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eCut Add-On Does Much More Than Cutting

I think many of us will sometimes judge a product’s capabilities solely on the name of the product. One such product for me is the eCut Designer Toolkit for CorelDRAW. As it has “cut” in the name, I immediately suggest it to users who have the need to cut from …

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WordPress Desktop App Makes Managing Multiple Sites Easier

For those of you who don’t stay up on Web design trends, the WordPress platform now powers the sites of more than 25% of the Internet. That percentage has been increasing year over year and our own sites have shifted from other technologies to WordPress. Our last remaining site is …

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Building WordPress Web Site Requires Great Theme

Before I get into the major elements needed to build a great Web site, I want to stress that the most important element is content! It might only take a few words, it may take many. Someone has to write the words. Then there are photographs and other graphics. This …

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