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Frames for your art?

easily add a picture frame to your images

DropFrame is cross-platform application that allows you to easily add a picture frame to your images. DropFrame lets you give your digital work (photographs, art,...) that extra touch and lets customers see your work just like it would look hanging on the wall.

You can either use a computer generated frame or use a picture of a frame. If you use a picture of a frame, you can decide if you want to have the frame picture scale to match the image or have the frame picture tiled to the picture (to keep its original proportions). Unregistered versions can save a default frame. Registered versions can save and load frame configurations.

DropFrame runs on Windows (2000,XP and Vista) and Macintosh OS X (intel and ppc).

DropFrame is shareware software, and costs US$ 12.50 to purchase. A fully-functional demo version is available. A trial version of DropFrame is available for download from LAJ Design's web site. This press release and others by LAJ Designs can be found their website. NFR licenses are applicable.

LAJ Design: www.lajdesignsw.com
DropFrame: product page
Direct Download Link: DropFrameX_v1.sit

LAJ Design was created in late 1998 dealing primarily with web design. Since the end of 2000, LAJ Design has been developing software for both Macintosh and Microsoft windows. Most of the programs were made to fit an in house need and were further designed for the outer world. We strive for easy to use programs full of power and options. The first program we released was Quickie Web Albums. - Published on 01/18/08


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