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Andromeda Announces Mac OS X Versions for Artistic Screening Tools Collection

Monday, November 10, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Westlake Village, CA – Andromeda Software, Inc. today announced the availability of native Mac OS X versions for its Adobe Photoshop compatible plug-ins: Series 3 Screens, Cutline and EtchTone. These three filters comprise Andromeda's Artistic Screening Tools Collection. Upgrades for registered owners of these products can be purchased by calling (800)547-0055 or (805)379-4109. Those registered customers who have purchased the full version of any of these 3 filters in the past 30 days are eligible for a free upgrade. Upgrade are not available for download. A physical CD will be shipped to you 1-3 business days after the order is placed. Each upgrade is $19.95 + $6.00 s/h. Digital & Boxed full versions are available now through, www.andromeda.com. About Series 3 Screens: Converts gray-scale into a wide variety of different line art screens from 15 to 400 lines per inch featuring mezzotints, sharp contrast mezzograms, mezzoblends, ellipses, lines, circles, spokes, waves or any blended combination. A 5 star, World Class Winner! About Cutline: The Andromeda Cutline Filter for digital engraving and woodcuts has four screens uniquely suited for exceptional hand engraved and woodcut effects. Specific tools allow for positioning and adjustment of directional screen lines. About EtchTone: Continuous Tone Art - Andromeda has developed a unique process for simulating the look of a steel etch starting with gray/color photograph or illustration. The resulting etched continuous tone output resembles age old printing that just softens the harshness of the solid black and white etching.




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