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Phil Bradley John Paul Chacha's Lab - Chasys Draw IES - Product Homepage “unique, flexible and powerful” Chasys Draw IES is built to adhere to four core principles, which I call the “four pillars of Chasys Draw IES”: Character: No photoshop imitations here Performance: Fast, efficient and stable Innovation: New techniques and out-of-the-box thinking Cleanliness: Clean code devoid of bloatware The adherence to these principles is the reason why it is said that once you go Chasys you will never go back. Latest Changes The following changes have been made to Chasys Draw IES with the latest release: New tool: Liquify (replaces Liquify effect) New project option: Guided Editing mode Write/save support for XBM/XPM files Improved handling of missing markup tags Major stability improvements [bug fix] C11 Annex K removed Chasys Draw IES is updated regularly, with a new version coming out every 4 to 8 weeks. Awards Downloads Latest Version (FREE):Chasys Draw IES 4.50.01released on 21st Nov 201724.2 MB exe or zip - setup, help and selected extras Showcase Information

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