CJE absorbs Photodesk productsBy Chris Williams. Published: 17th Jun 2004, 23:42:15 | Permalink | Printable
Graphics in stockCJE has of now taken over "all sales, distribution and marketing of Photodesk products", according to an announcement issued earlier today by the RISC OS dealer. Photodesk Ltd.'s product range includes presentation package OHP2, the PhotoReal printing drivers, digital camera interface software CameraDesk and the flagship graphics package, Photodesk.
Chris Evans, proprietor of CJE, could hardly contain his enthusiasm, commenting just that CJE "are glad to take on such key RISC OS products". Also, CJE have said Photodesk 3.06 is "expected to be made available shortly".
"The 3.06 release is just the one where Photodesk will complain if its likely to run in to problems with the Dynamic Area location. I prepared it in April, but has been delayed by these events," David Ruck, who worked on the 32bit compatible version of Photodesk, explained earlier this evening to Photodesk users.
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