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Old 3rd August 2008
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Re: Any downside to Silkypix?

From Shortcut Inc, who license Silkypix these days: "Yes we do offer licenses for a 2nd computer. They are 29$ only if your second computer is running the same operating system." (from their forum).

hmm.. not very good really. I have version 2 on the laptop, which wasn't so restrictive, and run version 3 on my home PC but I haven't used the laptop recently and V2 may not suppprt the E3.

The program itself I find to be very good. I like it's resizing, perspective correction & rotating functionality particularly. The Oly colours are very good. and in general there is shed loads of functionality.


ps my virus checker thinks that the homepage of www dot shortcutinc dot com has a virus. It may well have, so be careful.
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