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Typestudio beta testers: Development of the fontwizard app needs your help

By Chris Williams. Published: 30th Nov 13:37:50 | Permalink | Printable

The headline says it all really. Typestudio is n originally Beebug product which allows outline fonts to be manipulated to produce professional quality adverts, posters, banners, logos, letterheads etc. By acting as a beta tester, publishers ProAction will supply a copy of a current edition of Typestudio, (the full version and no less), and provide direct access to the development team behind the project.

While setting you back a tenner, you should be entitled to a final copy of Typestudio 2.


Project Manager: David Bradforth

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