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Spring 2012:
There have been several more Updates: v3 is out


Febr. 2010 - New Features in v1.1

PostworkShop 1.1 now comes with a Windows Installation Wizard. Download the zip file, run the installer and start creating. 

The Properties+Preview panel can now be displayed separately from the Projects/Styles tabs. click here

The Property Editor sliders are no longer limited to the range defined in the style. click here

Insert above/below/before/after commands added to the Layer Bowser context menu (Compositing view). click here

All windows now useable on 1024x600 netbook screens.

New artistic filters, new styles and geometrical brushes have been inserted
. click here

The Brush Manager now displays all the members of the selected brush family and the brushes can be individually switched on/off. click here

The property and opacity sliders now change the preview in real-time.

Load and save layered Adobe Photoshop* PSD images. click here

Adobe Photoshop* Brushes can be imported as either PostworkShop brushes or images to blend into your project. click here

"Reset properties" button added to  the Property Editor. click here

Style Editor: improvements in Auto Arrange (much less overlapping of  filter nodes).

The Palette Editor now includes the palette selector list. click here

Improved keyboard navigation in the Style Browser.

Style Editor: Ctrl/Alt/Shift + Double-click now works similarly as in the Compositing view. click here


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