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Conjure 4.1 adds support for multiple monitors, bug fixes

updated 02:15 pm EDT, Sat September 19, 2009

Conjure 4.1 update adds new features, bug fixes

ConjureBunny has launched an update to its educational organizational tool with flowchart and mental diagram creation capabilities, Conjure 4.1. The latest version adds over 20 new features and enhancements, including the ability to run the app on multiple monitors, and improved Spaces support allowing users to select a specific background for each individual Space. The application can now run from any thumb drive or MobileMe disk, enabling users to transport important notes and documents.

Other features include a new default mode that allow users to activate and deactivate which Addressbook entries and programs are running, along with a bug fix that caused new projects to display blank backdrops. Additional fixes deal with the Desktop Overview displaying improper settings at the wrong size, and its inability to remember zoom settings. Conjure 4.1 also provides a series of fixes and enhancements to help improve the overall stability and performance.

Conjure is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, with support for version 10.4 to be released at a later date. It can be purchased online for $25, and comes with a free-demo for new users.





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