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Congratulations

01 Dec 2006

West Auckland based software developer Ambient Design continues to blaze a successful trail with the second version of its ArtRage computer painting package with over one million downloads of the free version. Earlier this year Ambient offered New Zealand schools a registered copy for just one dollar, to date over 3,000 copies have been installed.  Recently the company released ArtRage 2.2 for Windows XP/2K and a Universal Binary for Mac OSX users for both Intel and PowerPC.

Download the new versions, view tutorials of how to use the product or partake in user forums at www.artrage.com

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