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Imagewell alignment on Flickr, Smugmug, Imageshack

Imagewell alignment on Flickr, Smugmug, Imageshack

Xtralean Software has announced ImageWell 3.2, introducing support for Flickr, Smugmug and Imageshack within its free image editing application.

ImageWell is a free image editor. This version introduces a new font control panel, the ability to create font collections, faster application launch speed, and many more enhancements.

This version lets users with Flickr, Smugmug, or Imageshack accounts use ImageWell to upload their images, complete with user specific options relative to each photo-sharing service.

ImageWell also supports export to .Mac accounts, FTP/SFTP, WebDAV, save/export to a folder, drag and drop into an email message or any other document.

ImageWell 3.2 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher and supports Intel Macs and Power PCs and is available for free download. A fee-based (US$14.95) version is available.


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