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The Seybold Report on Desktop Publishing back issues
Texture is shipped, Mac version on the way. (FutureTense's Web authoring software)(Product Announcement)
August 12, 1996... Last week, FutureTense formally began shipments of Texture 1.0, the first page design program for Web publications to go beyond the limitations of HTML. Aimed at artists and designers, it requires no programming or scripting, yet can achieve some fairly sophisticated presentations. Among...
JVC sues Quark over Xposure. (DTP software) (Industry Legal Issue)
August 12, 1996... JVC Labs, the software developer working on retouching software that Quark was supposed to market as Xposure, filed in July a multimillion-dollar suit against Quark, saying that Quark has breached its contract and given up on the product. JVC is demanding that an arbitrator be appointed to...
Pitango Clickworks: multimedia authoring for designers. (Pitango Inc's Clickworks)(includes related articles on the history of Scitex Inc, system requirements for Clickworks) (Software Review)(Evaluation)
August 12, 1996... ONE MIGHT think Scitex is an unlikely source for a hot multimedia authoring tool, but the prepress powerhouse has formed a new subsidiary, called Pitango, whose product, Clickworks, is attracting serious attention. What does Scitex bring to the new-media marketplace? If Clickworks is any...
Ventura 7: Corel starts all over again. (Corel Systems Corp's reengineered DTP software) (Software Review)(Evaluation)
August 12, 1996... GIVE MICHAEL COWPLAND CREDIT: He loves a challenge. When the CEO of Corel bought Ventura from Xerox in 1993, he acquired a languishing product owned by 400,000 disenfranchised customers. The challenge: to win back their loyalty and restore Ventura to its former prominence as the leading page...
Chronicling a new revolution. (Internet publishing supplanting desktop publishing as focus of Seybold Report on Desktop Publishing)(From the Editor) (Internet/Web/Online Service Information)(Editorial)
August 12, 1996... The desktop publishing revolution that we have chronicled over the past ten years continues to run its course, but--let's be honest--it no longer is the primary driver of innovation that it once was. There's a new revolution a-brewing, one that we've already been covering. Next month we'll be...