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5.0 out of 5 stars Not sure the update is worth buying, 18 Jun. 2010
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This review is from: DrawPlus X4 (PC) (DVD-ROM)
Although Draw Plus is an excellent programme the latest version X4 contained in my opinion only minor changes over X3 with two exceptions. It will now load complete PDF files rather than just one page and the reason I bought this upgrade is that it now supports pressure sensitive lines when using a pen tablets (it is particularly effective with the Wacom Intuos4).
Minor improvements include:
Adding Text automatically to any line or shape.
Upgraded keyboard shorcuts.
Additional Brushes.
Better Connector Tools.

For anyone who has read my review on the X3 version it still does not support the .ico format. The other thing to check is if the package you buy comes with the excellent User Guide, I much prefer this to the on line help or the PDF version included in the CD. Also if you want to find out about all of its extensive features the manual is available on the Serif web site so you can look before you buy.
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Initial post: 10 Oct 2010 00:17:26 BDT
HB says:
I think you'll find it way more stable when animating than X3

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Oct 2010 08:37:29 BDT
Bob says:
I don't use animation much and found X3 OK. However thank you for the useful comment, very important if someone has bought this specifically for animation.
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