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QLMesh 2.1 released

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I have prepared another update to QLMesh: ver. 2.1 add performance improvements (plugin is better handling big bitmaps), major update of Open Asset Library and support for new format: Photoshop Patterns (PAT) files - both RGB and CMYK formats are supported. New version is also build against OSX SDK 10.13, since I have finally updated my MacBook to Sierra.

 

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