Adobe has officially taken the wraps off Illustrator 10 and InDesign 2, major upgrades to its illustration and layout/design software. Illustrator 10 packs a number of new features, including vector and raster-based slicing; liquify tools, enveloping, and warping; four new drawing tools for lines, arcs, grids, and polar grids; and compound-path compatibility, allowing users to cut and paste compounds between Photoshop and Illustrator. Illustrator 10 will ship during the fourth quarter of 2001 for US$399; upgrades will be $149. InDesign 2 adds support for importing and exporting XML, transparency, table creation, long document support, and more. Version 2 will ship during the first quarter of next year for $699; upgrades will be $149. Both Illustrator 10 and InDesign 2 will ship Carbonized for Mac OS X.