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Announcement   Announcement : Computer City News
   posted by Anonymous on 4-Jun-2004 19:21:54 (1293 reads)
Computer City would like to announce that all Nova Design products are now in stock and available for immediate delivery to both endusers and resellers. And overview of the products can be found here.

Furthermore, Computer City will be present at the Retro Computing Show in Maarssen on june 19th. More information on the show can be found on the official website.

And last but not least, we have a number of special promotions and items that are available again after a long period of time.
Some of the items can be found in the special offers category on our new webshop server, www.computercity.biz.

Enjoy the summer!
Computer City
    

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csirac 
Re: Computer City News
Posted on 5-Jun-2004 1:49:32
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ImageFX 4.5 must be a fantastic product, because I've got ImageFX 1 (boxed) at home and it seemed quite powerful.

From memory it didn't do any painting/touch ups, just image processing - is that true for the later versions?

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Re: Computer City News
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No, later ones ( at least one version that I had ) did paint and touchup.

I look forward to an OS4 version of Nova's catalogue of good software, otherwise I ain't buying any.

 
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Hi,

The newer ones all allow for painting etc. In fact, my personal favourite feature is that 4.5 Studio lets you do animation in DPaint style, including compatible keystrokes, lighttables etc. Of course all in Picasso and CGX too.

Cheers,
Ron

 
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