News from Our Blog
Artboard 1.4 is now available as an update on the Mac App Store. This is mostly a bug-fix release, with only a few user-visible changes. We’ve removed some unimportant preferences and changed a couple of the defaults as well. There are some new commands for collapsing and expanding handles on a path, Read more »
We are attending Macworld | iWorld January 26 – 28, 2012 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. If you are in the area we’d love to see you! Drop us a line and we’ll send you a FREE guest pass. These guest passes are valid for registrations received through January 11, 2012, so let us know soon!
China Point is the new mystery-thriller from best-selling author Tom Snyder. Follow top fraud investigator Dann Arthur as he uncovers wrongdoing at the highest levels in his own company, and share the excitement off Catalina Island where Dann’s small boat is almost run down by an out-of-control yacht. Read more »
Mapdiva LLC is pleased to announce a major update to Artboard, the popular vector drawing software for Mac OS. Artboard 1.2 is optimized for OS Lion. The update focuses on strong performance improvements and important usability enhancements.
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Mapdiva is the proud recipient of the “Best Mac Application” for our Ortelius cartography software. The Swipe Awards are an opportunity to recognize some of the best apps being created in Australia. We are truly honored by the recognition! Read more »
We heard some great suggestions from early users and have worked hard to implement the ones we’re sure you’ll love. Artboard 1.1 improves workflow and introduces even greater control for drawing paths, moving nodes and curve handles. Read more »
We’d like to congratulate Tom Snyder, author of “Route 66: Traveler’s Guide and Roadside Companion,” on his recently published book edition. This fully revised and updated book includes dozens of elegant and easy-to-read new maps produced with the Ortelius software. It was a labor of love as Tom spent months meticulously creating over 92 maps, as well as completely updating and expanding the bestselling guide itself, for the fourth edition. Read more »