PC World: Corel Unveils Linux Graphics SuiteFeb 15, 2000, 06:25 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Tom Spring)
"Corel kept its Linux game plan rolling last week, showing a glimpse of a CorelDraw 9.0 version for the open source operating system. ... CorelDraw for Linux is slated to be available this fall, becoming the most powerful set of graphics tools available for the Linux operating system, says Corel."
"CorelDraw 9.0 for Linux supports competing file formats from Adobe and MetaCreations, bragging 65 import and export filters. CorelDraw 9.0 for Linux will meet advanced demands such as color separation and video animation, the company says."
"...the program at its current stage of development offers 95 percent of Windows features. Its biggest technical challenge, Corel says, is working with third-party developers of CorelDraw plug-ins."
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