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  1. #21
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    I am just now getting to this post. I was so thrilled when I found AR on the internet. Great job Andy-and thanks to all the creators. I find it the most user friendly software that I have used.
    I have to say to Fashmir-I had the biggest laugh over your southern translation and expression. Originally an AF brat at growing up in Germany, Phillipines, and Colorado, then settling in Georgia-I am afraid that some of the dialect has rubbed "offa mea byat" -but after all these years here-I am still asked if I am a "damned yankee." (all in fun here-no offense intended)
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    I only found out about it because it came with my Wacom.

    I sware that if I didnt know the price I would still think its the bees knees.

    The User Interface is about as good as it gets, simple for the newbie and not getting in the way as you progress. If I ran a magazine It would be 9.9/10
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    Gee, I guess that would make Painter about a 5.0 then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishRose61 View Post
    The review was of the free version of 2.5.... that could be why the marks are lower. I just don't see the point of reviewing it now??

    They reviewed the free version? That really doesn't make much sense at all. They're missing half of what the true version can really do. If you think about it, if the Started edition received a 7 from them and it's missing half the features the full version allows, then a score from them on the full version could likely add up to twice the score they gave. If that were the case, the full version would score off the charts.
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    Hi Guys,

    Maybe they're changing the name of the magazine from Corel Painter, so they'll have more than 2 or 3 subscribers after ArtRage V3 launches?


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    Last edited by Aged P; 11-10-2009 at 09:15 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyRage View Post
    Advanced Photoshop magazine:

    ArtRage scores 4/5.

    Overall comment:“Fun but at times, can seem limited in options compared to Photoshop. However, it’s single-minded approach to application makes the applied media options and stylish working area a real pleasure to use”.
    thanks for inforamation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aged P View Post
    Hi Guys,

    Maybe they're changing the name of the magazine from Corel Painter, so they'll have more than 2 or 3 subscribers after ArtRage V3 launches?


    Phil
    Ha- that's funny. The just announced a magazine name change. I do subscribe, for my sins (having used Painter since version 5). I'm hoping that it becomes a more wide ranging mag, which seems to be the implication in the announcement.
    Lame to review AR2.5 free at this stage though. They need to keep up. At least they didn't just use the opportunity to slate it. I do think their hearts are in the right place.
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    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology...ectid=10619919

    Not so much a review, but a nice article all the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyRage View Post
    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology...ectid=10619919

    Not so much a review, but a nice article all the same.

    Dammit. You beat me to it!

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    Just recieved an e-mail from Bob Nolin's Digital Magazine e-mail group. There's an AR review in his digital mag....

    http://www.digitalimagemagazine.com/blog/

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