[nfb-talk] Duxbury Systems announces MegaDots 2.4
anne at duxsys.com
Fri Apr 24 17:28:56 UTC 2009
We have just released a new version in our MegaDots product line.
Below are some highlights of the improvements in MegaDots 2.4 over
version 2.3. Contact us with your current MegaDots license or serial
number for a price quote:
- MegaDots 2.4 supports the 2007 BANA Braille Codes Update 2007.
- MegaDots 2.4 has improved support for running on Microsoft Windows Vista
and Windows 7.
- The MegaDots installer now gives you a chance to say that your machine
does not support using MegaDots in full screen, to make it easier for
users to run MegaDots in a window. MegaDots 2.4 also works in a window on a
number of non-standard platforms where the MS-DOS full screen is not
available, such as remote desktop and emulated Windows.
- MegaDots 2.4 has been developed with Nimpro to import NIMAS files.
- MegaDots 2.4 contains Embossit 3.0, which offers more choices of embossing
through Windows, and handles interpoint/single sided output.
- MegaDots 2.4 offers support for brailling on some previously unsupported
embossers, such as the Tiger embossers from View Plus and the Index 4x4 PRO.
- MegaDots 2.4 contains a revised MegaPrn to drive print or braille output
through Windows. The revised program remembers your default choices for
both inkprint and braille printing.
- MegaDots has improved support for producing brailler graphics on some
- MegaDots 2.4 has many improvements in its Nemeth Code translator.
- Dozens of other improvements.
Details are posted on the Duxbury Systems website
In an effort to cut down on unnecessary printing, Duxbury Systems is no
the Command Summary in inkprint and braille with the product. You can
own copies. See
caryn at duxsys.com
Phone: (978) 692-3000
Fax: (978) 692-3912
General e-mail: info at duxsys.com
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