October 12, 2007 in Publishing (E)
[prMac.com] Albuquerque - October 12, 2007 - Stone Design, the original Mac OS X software house with over 19 years of experience with major titles like Stone Works(TM), Videator(R), and iMaginator(TM), today announced immediate availability of Create(R) 14.0. It's yet another major (and free to registered users!) upgrade to the innovative 3-in-One page layout, illustration and web authoring powerhouse. Created to run natively on INTEL and PPC processors, Create takes full advantage of Apple's newest computers and operating systems.
Create(R) 14.0 adds and enhances these important features:
* New XHTML Engine - full use of of CSS for Web Authoring
* Neighbor alignment guides as you move items
* Faster launches and smaller document file sizes
* Text now has 3 useful timesaving modes:
- size to fit (grows as needed)
- one line (great for Headlines)
- fixed size (great for newsletters)
* Support for discontiguous text selection and modification
* Document interface updated for Leopard
* Other Leopard features to be announced!
* And much more
According to Stone Design CEO, Andrew Stone, "In the last 8 months, we've gone crazy adding cool features to Create! With one single easy to use application, you can do all your desktop publishing, and from the same document, make a media-rich website. Create(R) is the heart of our Stone Works bundle of sixteen native Mac OS X applications that provide a completely independent creative suite with all the features of the large software houses with none of the fluff and expensive initial costs and upgrade fees."
Create(R) is available online at the Stone Store. Stone Design has extended its low introductory pricing: $149 through Fall 2007. Or, it can be purchased as part of Stone Works at the Stone Store. Visit Stone Design, Home of Stone Works and Stone Studio for Mac OS X
Stone Design Corp is located in beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico, and was founded in 1984. Our mission is to develop low cost, easy to use, 100% Macintosh OS X native applications that are a joy to use. Stone Design develops a variety of productivity applications for Apple Inc.'s revolutionary operating system, Macintosh OS X. Early adopters of Mac OS X's precursor "NeXTStep" from Steve Job's company NeXT Inc. in March 1989, Stone Design's principals embraced the object technology of the NeXT Computer. Stone Design was the first independent software house to ship a shrinkwrap product for the NeXT Computer with "TextArt(TM)" in October, 1989. Stone Design currently has 17 applications, a screensaver and a widget which are known collectivey as Stone Works.