Beta of RealWorld Cursor Editor 2009.1 is here

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Beta of RealWorld Cursor Editor 2009.1 is here

Published by on July 24th 2009.

Beta, final, beta, final, beta. It is getting boring. Now is beta time.

What to expect

Version 2009.1 will be the third version of the RealWorld Cursor Editor and there are some previously unseen features. Here are the major ones:

  • Layers, selections, drawing tools, image filters - they work just like in Paint.COM.
  • .cur vs .ani - the editor will look the same no matter what kind of cursor you are working with. Conversion between .cur, .ani and the new .rcu (cursor with layers) is as simple as using the “Save as…” command.
  • 3D tools removed - since too few people were using them, they will not be present in the cursor editor anymore. Another solution for cursor authors wishing to use 3D models will be available later.
  • Built-in tutorials removed - there will be some more tutorial videos instead.
  • Numerous smaller updates from other RealWorld applications like translations, thumbnails for recent files, color swatches panel, etc.

RealWorld Cursor Editor 2009.1 beta

Become a beta tester?

If you want to help find some bugs and recommend changes to the user interface before the final version is released, leave a comment here or write me an email on info@rw-designer.com with beta-test in subject.

Recent comments

user icon Anonymous on July 25th 2009

I would love to test it
it looks great

user icon Stoof registered user on August 4th 2009

I’d love to test it. I’m already testing Visual Studio 2010 for Microsoft. =D

user icon Anonymous on August 16th 2009

I’d like to test it for you. I have free time, alot of it.

user icon Anonymous on August 24th 2009

I’d love to test it. RealWorld is awesome!

user icon Vlasta site administrator on August 24th 2009

I could not reach you on the given email address - I am getting automated replays that it does not exist.

user icon Anonymous
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