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Raskin update improves rendering quality, more

Raskin Software (http://raskinformac.com/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=createsend&utm_content=760361894&utm_campaign=Raskin11Announcement-20100908MichaelEN&utm_term=RaskinSoftwareLLC) has updated its self-titled Raskin application – a zoomable single surface Finder alternative for Mac to version 1.1.1. The upgrade improves the rendering quality of files and text displayed at smaller sizes, adds interface improvements and fixes several user reported issues.

Raskin is designed to simplifiy interaction with your computer files. Version 1.1 uses Apple’s OS X Quick Look function.

“Quick Look was the number one requested feature among our growing user base,” says Raskin co-founder, Michael Rosewich. “It lets you scroll through multi-page documents, run slide shows and watch full-screen video without opening the file. Quick Look is a natural fit. It saves users even more time and that’s why it’s the first feature we’ve added.”

Raskin costs US$49.95 for a single-user license and requires Mac OS X 10.6.3 or higher. A 30-day demo is available for download. Version 1.1.1 is a free update for registered users.

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