Corel today posted a US$2.3 million profit for its second quarter on revenues of $36 million. Corel, which has overcome many of its financial difficulties from last year, attributed some of its success, and future success, to the Mac. “Today’s results confirm that we are ahead of schedule in executing our new corporate growth strategy… with that in mind, we have exciting plans in the works for the upcoming quarters, including the launch of a full complement of creative products optimized for Mac OS X,” said John Blaine, Corel’s CFO.