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Cerilica announce RiScript 4.13: We'll see you at Wakefield

By Chris Williams. Published: 12th May 22:40:19 | Permalink | Printable

Wakefield 2001In a press release winging its way from Cerilica Towers, drobe.co.uk has this weekend learnt of further development of Cerilica's PDF software, RiScript. Below is a copy of Cerilica's statement which happens to mention RiScript's appearance at this month's Wakefield 2001 show, an event they happen to be a sponsor of.

Release of RiScript 4.13


"RiScript's development is moving on apace with the recent major release of version 4.13. Building on the previous acclaimed releases, this upgrade brings greater user-friendly aspects to aid the process of creating PDFs, exporting Drawfiles and text from PostScript, PDF and EPS files and opening password protected PDFs. New key short-cuts have been introduced to enable frequent users to navigate the software's extensive features with greater ease. All this in addition to a continuous improvement on an already comprehensive PostScript interpreter.

Full information may be found on the RiScript index and specification pages:

www.cerilica.com/riscript/index.htm
www.cerilica.com/riscript/spec.htm

This free upgrade has been sent automatically to all Cerilica RiScript customers who have opted to receive upgrades by e.mail. If you have purchased Cerilica-published RiScript either from Cerilica direct or via the overseas Cerilica dealers and wish to receive free upgrades, please e.mail cerilica@cerilica.com with your details, licence number and intention.

RiScript is RISC OS' premier PDF, PostScript and EPS interpreter as well as PDF generator. It allows users to view PDF and PostScript files from any source, such as the standard RISC OS printer driver, and base PDF documents on these. Its simplicity in use has been very well received by the numerous customers to date and with features such as comprehensive Drawfile and text export and printing options, brings many document transfer and interchange possibilities. If you wish to transfer documents to and from alternative systems such as PCs and Macs, with all components intact such as text, graphics and fonts, this is the product to do it with.

RiScript is supplied with a comprehensive printed manual, application and support disc in case and is available for only 59.00ukp. Full details of RiScript including overseas pricing and availability can be found by following this link:

www.cerilica.com/riscript/

RiScript will also be on display at the forthcoming Wakefield Show and available over-the-counter (if in stock).

Nicholas van der Walle
(Marketing Director)"

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