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Macromedia Freehand 10

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stefu
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There

phpbbadmin
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Macromedia Freehand 10

I think I will download it when I get access to some good bandwith =). Is this a fairly expensive program? I know Macromedia software is typically cheaper than it

stefu
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Macromedia Freehand 10

I checked the price from their homepage and it seems to be 399 american dollars. I have the trial version which can be downloaded for free from the homepage. There

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Macromedia Freehand 10

I use Freehand 9 (got it a while ago)
It

FastLearner
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Macromedia Freehand 10

Yup, agreed. I use FH for all of my boards and such, and InDesign for cards.

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Macromedia Freehand 10

You can have almost the same functions of Freehand with Coreldraw Essentials, and it costs only US$80 (US$66 at Amazon).

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Macromedia Freehand 10

Strange as it sounds, I like making prototype cards (alpha and early beta testing) through Microsoft Access. I find that I can easily change a relatively large amount of data very quickly (for example, weighting the distribution of a particular card in a deck), and I can make the result come out looking half-decent. Not good, mind you - half-decent. :)

~Gil

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Macromedia Freehand 10

I use FreeHand for everything (love the flexibility), but it is a robust program that will take a little getting used to. I just wrote a post in a different thread http://www.bgdf.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=695 titled "Best Graphics Program?" about getting outdated software from an online auction site. I picked up FreeHand 8 a while back for only $50!

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