#120301 - 11/29/0306:43 AMFor the non-graphic designers among us
Today my Print Shop for Mac OS X came...very cool. <br><br>Has integration with iTunes, iPhoto, iCal and Address Book to make just about anything. My favorite: automatically imports iTunes playlists and makes track listings for CD covers. <br><br>Also, it's all done in Cocoa, with Quartz rendering of all the graphics, so no jagged edges:<br><br><img src=http://xtralean.net/bganey/images/pshop2.jpg><br><br><br>It has all of the Avery labels listed in it for everything from cassette labels, to CD labels to shipping labels...you name it. <br><br><img src=http://xtralean.net/bganey/images/pshop1.jpg><br><br><br>This really blows the doors off what I had been using, Print Explosion Deluxe.<br>For $50, I couldn't be happier!
I am waiting for my copy also. I always envied my mothers version of PrintShop. I have Print Explosion also.<br>The reason I bought this new version was for the integration with the iapps.<br><br><br>My Stuff
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