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Jumsoft offers Aperture Web Themes, Pages Templates 2

updated 12:45 am EDT, Wed May 14, 2008

New Aperture themes

Jumsoft has recently released new Aperture Web Themes and Pages Templates 2.0 for iWork, which includes 40 high-quality and professional templates. The new Aperture themes include five separate designs: The Frames Gray Theme produces pictures that have a photo frame, with shadows that imitate the real 3D look of the photo; Grid Black Theme offers a frame for each picture and the gallery appears in a table form that "evokes the image of orderliness;" the iPhone Theme, described as both "modern and calm," frames all pictures and headings together; Rounded Black Theme, similar to the Grid Black Theme, offers a Rounded Black Frame for each picture that separates it from the others; and Mental Image Theme has attractive details for the top and the bottom of your picture gallery or journal pages.

Each theme is available for $20; Aperture Theme installs automatically, allowing the theme to be conveniently displayed in Aperture Themes menu. Aperture Themes requires Aperture 2 or higher.

Jumsoft also released Pages Templates 2.0 for iWork. The Pages Templates 2.0 upgrade collection consists of 20 templates from the earlier version and 20 new ones, offering more options for styling documents. It requires Mac OS X 10.4.3 Tiger and later as well as Pages 2 or later. Pages Templates 2.0 may be purchased for $40; previous owners may upgrade for $20.

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