Chris Paveglio, the mastermind behind such products as PDF Bee and ID Font Catalog, has officially announced version 3.3 of his popular InDesign Image Catalog.
InDesign Image Catalog is a tool used by people who need a coherent list or contact sheet made from images of theirs. Users can quickly create their catalogs, along with the ability to quickly input other information such as name, file path, and placement scale.
v3.3 includes faster viewing of images, along with fixes for issues when running the program with Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard. Many other new preference setting have been added, such as limiting the number of images on a page, removing file paths and names from the catalog, and whether or not to use a document title.
The application requires any version of Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5, and supports either PowerPC or Intel Architecture. Adobe InDesign CS3 is also needed for operation. The update from versions 3.0, 3.1 or 3.2 is free, and new users can purchase v3.3 from Chris Paveglio’s website for USD $20.
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