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Herbert: "Photodesk ist not quite dead. I know a good programmer is looking into it planning to enhance and maintain it. But unfortunately it is quite a job and thus no dates given."

He'll have a hell of a lot of work to do then. Photodesk is way, way behind any vaguely modern bitmap editor. It needs to support RAW files and to have automated/intelligent functions added, such as Shadow/Highlights and lens distortion correction. It also needs it's own text renderer to produce crisp text for print and for the Web.

Failing this, no serious photographer will choose Photodesk.

 is a RISC OS Userarenaman on 20/05/06 09:02AM
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