Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.8 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: Intel, 64 bit
RAM minimum: N/A
Video RAM: N/A
Add the ability to smooth and simplify paths.
Add a mensuration inspector to calculate the area and perimeter of graphics.
Add a basic geometry information bar at the top of the drawing window (requires Mac OS X 10.9 or later).
Add the option to use multiple tabs within inspector panels (requires Mac OS X 10.9 or later).
Add the option to attach inspectors to sidebars of the drawing window (requires Mac OS X 10.9 or later).
Add customizable workspaces to organize and change user interface elements.
Add an automatic check and download for version updates.
Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvments.
Intaglio is traditional Mac drawing with the power of Mac OS X. Since the early days of MacDraw, Macintosh has always had powerful and easy to use drawing software. With the introduction of Mac OS X, the graphics capabilities of the Mac expanded considerably. Intaglio carries the legacy of MacDraw into the modern Macintosh world by combining ease of use with the power of Mac OS X graphics. Intaglio retains the feel of MacDraw while harnessing the full capabilities of Quartz and CoreImage. Old timers soon feel right at home and those new to Mac drawing pick it up quickly. Don’t take our word for it.
Intaglio works with yesterday’s software and today’s.
Intaglio will convert old drawings from ClarisDraw and MacDraw II/Pro to Quartz graphics so you can continue to use your old work. You can also convert PICT images saved by any classic QuickDraw application. Of course Intaglio also supports the popular image formats today including PDF, EPS, SVG, and many bitmap file formats such as JPEG, PNG, and TIFF. You can drag graphics out of Intaglio and drop them directly into most modern applications such as Apple’s iWork suite. Because Intaglio also converts modern formats such as PDF and SVG, you can frequently drag another application’s graphics into Intaglio for editing and drag the modified graphics back to the original application.
And much more....
More info: http://www.purgatorydesign.com/Intaglio/